Lauren Carter’s Prose and Poetry: A Backwards Glance

2020-10-13T16:58:51-05:00

Here’s the part where I put aside Lauren Carter’s This Has Nothing to Do With You, this passage about Melony Barrett: “I couldn’t have known what would be waiting when I woke up, that I’d spent the night on the rapidly diminishing surface of my childhood, that last patch

Lauren Carter’s Prose and Poetry: A Backwards Glance2020-10-13T16:58:51-05:00

A Trio of Louise Erdrich Novels

2018-11-06T15:18:06-05:00

Talk of The Painted Drum (2005), The Plague of Doves (2008) and Shadow Tag (2010) in under 300 words each, with an eye to finishing a project. The Painted Drum is one of Erdrich’s accessible novels (I also recommend The Last Miracles at Little No Horse and The Master Butchers Singing

A Trio of Louise Erdrich Novels2018-11-06T15:18:06-05:00

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week Two (Stryker and Binnie)

2018-10-30T18:52:56-05:00

Non-Fiction November is hosted this year by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey) and Rennie (What’s Nonfiction). It's a month-long celebration of everything nonfiction with a different prompt and a different host each week. Week Two is hosted by Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves) and requests

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week Two (Stryker and Binnie)2018-10-30T18:52:56-05:00

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week One (Charles C. Mann)

2018-10-30T18:34:14-05:00

Non-Fiction November is hosted this year by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness), Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey) and Rennie (What’s Nonfiction). It's a month-long celebration of everything nonfiction with a different prompt and a different host each week. Week One is hosted by Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness) and poses these questions: What

Non-Fiction November 2018: Week One (Charles C. Mann)2018-10-30T18:34:14-05:00

Chinese Girls: In Fiction, In Photos

2017-05-18T10:09:14-05:00

Bette Bao Lord's In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson (1984) opens when Bandit is living in China in her grandparents' home. She is ten years old (nine in Western birthdays) and she is about to learn that she will be going to live in the United States.

Chinese Girls: In Fiction, In Photos2017-05-18T10:09:14-05:00
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