Three Stages, Seventeen Authors: A Weekend of Bookishness

2014-03-18T12:01:12-05:00

Jonathan Goldstein's short reading from I'll Seize the Day Tomorrow was very funny. He read its introduction, along with a short piece about Mary Poppins and The Penguin and umbrella usage, and a longer story about the time his mother asked him to go with her to the store to

Three Stages, Seventeen Authors: A Weekend of Bookishness2014-03-18T12:01:12-05:00

Kathleen Winter’s Annabel (2010)

2014-07-11T17:22:23-05:00

Kathleen Winter's Annabel House of Anansi, 2010 (Looking for a swallow rather than a full glass? ORANGE Squirt below.) Like Margaret Atwood’s Surfacing and Kate Grenville’s The Secret River, it’s impossible to imagine Kathleen Winter’s Annabel being set anywhere other than the landscape therein. “In Croyden Harbour human life came

Kathleen Winter’s Annabel (2010)2014-07-11T17:22:23-05:00
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