A Treasure Trove
April 20, 2015
I was trawling Google for a good explanation of a mundane editing issue and stumbled upon a treasure trove of wonders. The Paris Review has posted nearly all of their interviews of authors from the 1950s to the present for us to not only read but to absorb and to revel in.
The Rest is Silence . . . Or Is It?
January 25, 2015
“The rest is silence” is perhaps the most famous of the famous last words uttered by a fictional character, but the rest wasn’t silent because Horatio and Prince Fortinbras kept talking after Hamlet died. I’ve always found that kind of amusing but it also made me think about the nature of silence.
A Nurse, Vigilante, Rabbit, Poet, Lobster, and Dog Walk Into a Bar
January 9, 2015
. . . and wonder why they haven’t partied together before. Then they decide to take over the pool tables and are politely asked never to return to that establishment again . . .