L.A. Theatre Works produced lots of audio book full-cast productions of plays, including this one. I only discovered these in the library system’s catalog because I had watched online a delightful interview of Lynn Nottage and went looking for a book of her plays. The library has such a book but I also found the
Author: Teri Rife
I want to share my pleasure when looking at these stitched pieces. https://conduitgallery.com/viewing-rooms/lap-work-pandemic-stitching
I have been listening to some of the half-hour “Doc Chat” weekly episodes of the New York Public Library’s Center for Research in the Humanities. One of them was about the library’s Picture Collection (1.5 million images strong) and the way in which it is organized. Librarians have made and make decisions about which of
Thanks to Barbara, I became too interested in watching the eagle cam last year about this time. Now we have come full circle with the first egg of this season on its way to hatching. The eagle pair I watched last year slipped off the the edge of their territory and built a new nest
I have just finished listening to this work of fiction on this, Valentine’s Day, a light snow starting then stopping, a teaser we’re told, for the main event to come later today: I am in an oddish mood. O’Farrell says in an author’s note at the end of the book that its genesis was her
I saw Brian Dillon talk about his new book on a virtual book tour and got excited about reading it. As Dillon has come across sentences over the years that he admires and can’t let go, he has written them down in the back of whichever notebook he happened to be using at the time.
This “darkly comic fable about the unintended consequences of our quest to tame the natural world” was published in 2015. $17 for 49 5×7 pages is a little pricey, no? It is charmingly illustrated with line drawings by Chelsea Cardinal, though. FOX 8, gud pal of FOX 7 and follower of the Grate Leeder FOX
Since I never seem to get around to writing about what I’ve been reading, book by book, I thought I’d just put three books in one basket. Baby, You’re Gonna Be Mine by Kevin Wilson is a collection of short stories and it is most like the books I usually read, though I can’t at
Lovers of the book, lovers of art, please enjoy the conjunction in this pdf from the Library of Congress Magazine January/February 2021 issue: https://www.loc.gov/lcm/pdf/LCM_2021_0102.pdf Do consider signing up with the Library of Congress, too. It’s a happening place!
I just came across a piece in The New Yorker about this exhibition at Participant Inc.–both a work of art and a curatorial project. “…Berger shares the lives of others. In this case, the subject are six people who have found life-altering connections beyond the you-complete-me clichés of romance, including the autistic philosopher Mark Utter,