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Notes from Ann: The Great American Novel

I met Maureen Corrigan at the Southern Festival of Books in October. I knew I shouldn’t have introduced myself but I couldn’t help it. I’m crazy about Maureen’s book reviews on… 1,788 more words

Ann's Blog

Picturebooks on the Potty: Vol. 2, No. 13

I used to read the New Yorker. When time was tight in grad school, I just read the cartoons and admired the illustrations of cultural happenings that graced the calendar.  313 more words

Picturebooks On The Potty

‘Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?’ by Roz Chast

‘Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?’ by Roz Chast   a graphic memoir   (2014) –  228 pages

Can you imagine a graphic memoir that contains cartoon pictures of the writer’s aged parents just after they have died?  395 more words

Book Reviews

Women sweep inaugural Kirkus Book Prizes; Lily King wins fiction award for EUPHORIA

Lily King was named the winner of the first Kirkus Prize for fiction for her fourth novel, Euphoria, based on an incident in the life of groundbreaking anthropologist Margaret Mead. 251 more words

Book News

National Book Award Nominees Announced

The National Book Award shortlists were announced this past week, and a number of great books available at the Greenville Public Library were among the nominees. 262 more words

Book Lists

not difficult (Sengcan quote, Roz Chast cartoon)

“The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences.” –Sengcan

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