Filipino Food Finds a Place in the American Mainstream | New York Times The Myth of Authenticity is Killing Tex-Mex | Eater Investigation Sheds Light on 1966 Disappearance of Louise Pietrewicz| The Suffolk Times The Killer Nanny Novel That Conquered France | The New Yorker How Washington-Area Activists Fought Segregation at Local Libraries | WAMUContinue reading “What I Read Last Week – 4/4/18”
April in National Poetry Month. From Jared: Thirty//Thirty 2014 04/30: Flipping I journey back through the past few pages and wonder: “Where do I come up with this stuff?”
One of my least successful displays (from a circulation perspective). Readers were less inclined to check-out the books, but their interest was piqued (and surprised in some cases) as they turned this display into a bit of a game (the title were written on the back).
After Two Tragedies, a Love to Bring Down Barriers | New York Times No Time to be Nice: Now is Not the Moment to Remain Silent | WBUR The New York Times Bestseller List Have Become Even More Irrelevant | Book Riot
Partners in Crime: How Indie Authors and Libraries Can Work Together to Gain New Readers I’ve been working on a project with Library Journal and the SELF-e program and my baby, Bones & Scones, got a mention. I love doing this program because of the community voices and unique genre that is highlighted. Plus, scones!Continue reading “Bones & Scones Gets Props”
“I think there’s just one kind of folks. Folks.” Thank you, Harper Lee
via Mothers’ names to be added to marriage registers in England & Wales | The Guardian Feminism in a run-down taffy factory: the women of ‘Bob’s Burgers’ | NPR The Allegorical Lauren Bacall | Kaivalya In praise of the “Big House” novel | Book Riot Musical nostalgia: the psychology and neuroscience for song preference |Continue reading “What I Read Last Week:”