With Apologies to Hornby: May 2019

Books ReadDear Mr. Henshaw – Beverly ClearyBan This Book – Alan GratzSoon the Light Will Be Perfect – Dave PattersonOut of Your Mind – Alan WattsThe Little Book of Restorative Justice – Howard Zehr Books Bought/Found/GivenTroubleshooting Your Novel – Steven JamesSoon the Light Will Be Perfect – Dave PattersonBorderland Phenomena, Vol. 1 – Louis ProudThe …

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With Apologies to Hornby: April 2019

Books ReadNone Books Bought/Found/GivenDolefully, a Rampart Stands – Paige Ackerson-KielyArlo Finch in the Lake of the Moon – John AugustWriting Hard Stories: Celebrated Memoirists Who Shaped Art from Trauma – Melanie BrooksSilence In the Woods – J.P. ChoquetteThe Disasters – M.K. EnglandThe Familiars – Stacey HallMidnight in Chernobyl – Adam HigginbothamCarry On – Rainbow RowellDMT: …

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Long Box of Memories: Swamp Thing Annual #1

Swamp Thing Annual #1Script: Bruce JonesScreenplay: Wes CravenArt: Mark Texiera & Tony DeZunigaLetterer: Gaspar SaladinoColorist: Tatjana WoodEditor: Len Wein The plan was to crank out a new installment of Long Box of Memories at least once a week, but it’s been a month since the first one. Sickness, work, blah blah blah. Whatever. It’s in …

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Smaller is Bigger: Celebrating Independent Bookstore Day

It’s the last Saturday in April. And if you’re a lover of books, supporting local businesses, and building community, that means one thing. It’s Independent Book Store Day. A day for celebrating the incredible gift of storytelling at indie bookstores that keep the money your spending close to home. A chance to meet and talk …

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With Apologies to Hornby: March 2019

Books readAn American Harvest: How One Family Moved from Dirt-Poor Farming to a Better Life in the Early 1800s – Cardy Raper Books Bought/Found/GivenPolitical Fictions– Joan DidionFunny, You Don’t Look Autistic: A Comedian’s Guide to Life on the Spectrum – Michael McCreary This happens every year. February ends, and I exhale a big sigh of …

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