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Nothing Against Oprah

Okay let me re-type that

Nothing against Oprah and here we’ll put in….but….

I used to have a thing against Oprah’s book club.  Too main stream? 267 more words

"Like Currents in a River": A Conversation with Speculative Fiction Writer John Keene: An Interview by Rochelle Spencer

“John Keene is an incredibly well-read poet….John is a scholar”

—Afaa Michael Weaver, interview, August 2013

Ask the mentors and members of the Dark Room Collective, the Cambridge-based reading series and workshop that Cornelius Eady claimed “a group that could turn well out to be as important to American letters as the Harlem Renaissance,” what they think of John Keene’s work, and they’ll most likely point to the obvious: his broad and glittering intelligence.

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Feature Issues

Tftd: Brawer 25/4/2017

yesterday morning (monday 25th), 7.47-7.50am, on bbc radio 4
thought for the day, by rabbi naftali brawer

“The power of surprise: Whatever one’s journey consists of, I believe that surprise can be the opening through which we access new realities, and opportunities, previously unimaginable.”

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The Books that Built the Blogger with John from The Modern Novel

This week on The Books that Built the Blogger, I’m delighted to welcome John from The Modern Novel. John’s website celebrates the world-wide literary novel since  the beginning of the twentieth century, arranged by nationality and is a fascinating acrchive of his  personal but extensive survey of literary fiction since around 1900, which will continue to grow. 849 more words

Books That Built The Blogger

Self-publishing: just for losers?

We all know that the only reason books are self-published is because they’re amateurish and inept, their authors barely capable of stringing two words together. 179 more words


Conor O'Neill's Moves Locations... to BOULDER HEAVEN

Starting Saturday April 22nd 2017 Conor O’Neill’s, the Irish pub off 13th and Pearl in downtown Boulder, will no longer be at that location and instead move to BOULDER HEAVEN. 1,247 more words