Category Archives: links

For those with short attention spans…

Is it just me, or is March an incredibly hectic month? And to top it all off, Daylight Saving Time makes it harder and harder to concentrate on the tasks at hand.  We’re all antsy for the warmer weather, the … Continue reading

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Links! News! Distractions!

I’ve written before about one of my favorite shows, LOST, and how naturally the redneck-disguised bookworm Sawyer is the best character.  Over at Jacket Copy, executive producers and writers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse talk about their literary choices: “It’s … Continue reading

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I’m still here!

I seem to have abandoned my poor little blog for over two weeks now.  Blame it on my business trip to NYC without internet access, and my time spent catching up. Or blame it on the fact that my computer power … Continue reading

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Terrific news about VQR Online

The Virginia Quarterly Review has decided to make available for free their back issues from 1975-2003.  You can browse the archives here and find all sorts of good stuff, like this poem by Mekeel McBride, who is not only a … Continue reading

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Book Scraper

Bookninja posted recently about a nifty new tool to analyze the classics that’s up at TimesOnline. It’s called Book Scraper, and you can use it to search in and compare 126 books. It’s very fun, and provides a bunch of … Continue reading

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Bookish links for Monday, February 2nd, 2009

President Obama’s poems, originally published in the Spring 1981 issue of “Feast”, are available at The New York Times. (Via Maud) Stacy Mitchell, author of Big Box Swindle, addressed booksellers at the fourth annual Winter Institute, held this year at … Continue reading

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