Bare Trees was a Gordon Lightfoot album my sister had in the early 1980′s. Why do I remember this stuff? Perhaps because some of it might come in handy at some unspecified future date… like now. 121 more words
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The following post isn’t a review, exactly. More like an immediate reaction to the novel.
I’ve just finished reading The Paris Wife, by Paula McLain. Let me tell you, even though I knew how this book would inevitably end, I find myself crushed by this one. 355 more words
In his debut as a Cincinnati Red, rookie Pete Rose went 2-for-2 in an exhibition game against the Chicago White Sox on March 10, 1963. That spring, Rose went on to become the Opening Day second baseman, and was name the National League’s Rookie of the Year at the end of the season.
On 10th March we commemorate the birthday of the author Jane Duncan, the pen name for Elizabeth Jane Cameron (1910-1976). Katharine Woods, who is researching a PhD at the University of Glasgow on ‘Affective Presence in the Archive’ has been cataloguing Jane Duncan’s papers as one of her case studies. 1,020 more words