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In My Stacks: Early 2021

2021-03-01T18:13:28-05:00

Many of the books in my February reading stack also fit with the celebration of independent publishers #ReadIndies hosted by Kaggsy and Lizzy this month: Archipelago Books, QC Fiction, Nimbus Books, Tin House, Duke University Press, and Allery Editions (links below). Later this month, I’ll chat more about independent publications

In My Stacks: Early 20212021-03-01T18:13:28-05:00

Slavery: Past and Present #280898 Reasons (1 of 4)

2021-02-01T17:25:23-05:00

In the past few weeks, I’ve read a few books for this reading project; at this rate, I will easily read the 32 books I’m aiming for (representing the percentage of people in one American state, who voted in November 2020 on a bill which maintained the legal option to

Slavery: Past and Present #280898 Reasons (1 of 4)2021-02-01T17:25:23-05:00

Planning: 2021’s Reading

2021-03-01T17:54:25-05:00

Our public libraries remain open for curb-side pick-ups, which I'm grateful for, because many of these projects rely on borrowed materials. After they've been returned, however, the library keeps materials in quarantine for 6-8 days, so they are not removed from a borrower's record for that length of time,

Planning: 2021’s Reading2021-03-01T17:54:25-05:00

January 2021, In My Bookbag (What bookbag?)

2021-01-21T12:29:01-05:00

Here's a glimpse of some current reads which lend themselves more to sampling, in a handful of reading sessions, than gobbling in longer periods of time. Although I no longer need to ponder the ratio of heavy to light volumes in my stack of current reads (because the COVID

January 2021, In My Bookbag (What bookbag?)2021-01-21T12:29:01-05:00

Writers in Novels: Eleanor Dark’s The Little Company (1945) #AWW

2021-01-19T17:26:44-05:00

It’s a time of “political and intellectual crisis” in The Little Company. Sound familiar? Drusilla Modjeska’s introduction situates readers in Dark’s depiction of ordinary life in Sydney and Katoomba, in this time of “recession, nuclear threat and more failed expectations” in Australia. The Little Company is Dark’s seventh novel,

Writers in Novels: Eleanor Dark’s The Little Company (1945) #AWW2021-01-19T17:26:44-05:00
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