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JRRT: Editorial Comment

Dear Readers,

Welcome, as always. We had intended to go on with our discussion of villains, which looks like it will form a series, but we were distracted for a moment by the following– so more on villains to come.  579 more words

A tale of Kindling

My discussion of fairy tales in digital publishing focuses on works available through the Amazon Kindle Store.  While Amazon is not the only source for digital books, it is certainly one of the largest distributors.  592 more words

The Pelicans' Clipped Wing

By Andrew Lang

The New Orleans Pelicans’ acquisition of point guard Jrue Holiday was supposed to be the difference maker for a franchise that hadn’t made the playoffs since the 2010/11 season. 743 more words

NBA

Illustrator Kate Baylay in The Olive Fairy Book by Andrew Lang

Cover

Graduating with a First Class Honours degree in illustration from the University of the West of England in 2011, Kate has already found her freelance skills in demand from leading publishers and others. 409 more words

Art And Artist

I Love Spring Book TAG!

Spring has fucking sprung! YES!

I have been eagerly awaiting this.

Granted this is Maryland and it SNOWED on the first day of Spring. After a storm the weather decided to give us a weirdly amazing faux Spring, like it was snow storming one day and the next day it was 60 degrees. 415 more words

Books

The Beating Heart of San Antonio

By Andrew Lang

San Antonio Spurs small forward Kawhi Leonard was a critical cog in the Spurs championship team last year taking home the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award. 448 more words

NBA

Reading the Collections, Week 7: The Book of Bosh

I have a few truly vivid memories of being six years old: the time I jumped from the monkey bars because I wanted to break my arm and get a rainbow-colored cast, my fierce and loyal devotion to peanut butter sandwiches, and the day my teacher read Shel Silverstein’s “ 662 more words

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