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To read is an awfully big adventure... Holiday edition

Kafka on the Shore – Haruki Murakami

I fall in love with every Murakami story I read, and this novel is no exception. A little different from the other novels and stories I’ve read by this author, as it follows a 15-year-old and an old (70ish) man, rather than the typical 25-30 odd year old protagonist. 464 more words

nolite te bastardes carborundorum

Only just noticed that Hey Rosetta! quote The Handmaid’s Tale on a song from their debut album.

Pen

Top Ten Books I Forgot I Owned

TOP TEN TUESDAY is a weekly meme created by The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s topic is ten books I really want to read but don’t own yet. 437 more words

Ernest Hemingway

“A word after a word after a word is power.”
― Margaret Atwood

Writing

What I Meant to Say Was

Each year, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art here in Denmark hosts a festival of literature (I love that: festival of literature), featuring an array of authors. 628 more words

From The Heart

The Year of the Flood

I liked this more than Oryx and Crake actually. Scarier and I had a least a little bit of a clue as to what was going on. 45 more words

Mirror-shots With Books I've Read

Getting Back to Penelope

I’m currently working on a story for performance at Story Arts of Minnesota’s quarterly PROMPT series.

These stories are “based on, inspired by, or tangentially related to classic work.” As I mentioned in… 947 more words

Storytelling