- I will catch up on email at some point in the nearish future.
- Hank Stuever examines the age-old Marvel vs DC test in the WaPo.
- Also, in the WP, Sarah Kaufman profiles cyclist Floyd Landis, who some people persist on cheering for.
- Andy Duncan on why he loves U.S. Transportation Secretary (outgoing) Norman Yoshio Mineta.
- Bookshelves of Doom corners Scott Westerfeld and asks him some, well, relatively easy but still very interesting questions. Wrong-un means something else in the South, by the by, such as, "You’ve got the wrong-un."
- Paul Collins reviews a book I really have to lay hands on: Hollow Earth: The Long and Curious History of Imagining Strange Lands, Fantastical Creatures, Advanced Civilizations, and Marvelous Machines Below the Earth’s Surface. (Via Jenny D.)
- During your fireworks tomfoolery, keep watch for the Moon and Jupiter, who’ll be out on a date somewhere around the southern horizon. Have fun. Keep all your fingers.
3 thoughts on “Pre-Holiday Hangovers”
They are easy, aren’t they? But author interviews always seem to (shockingly) be about the writing process and so on. I just want ask about the same stuff that I’d ask a new co-worker. You know what I mean?
Oh yeah, definitely, that was in no way a criticism. I prefer it!
thanks for the tip on the hollow earth book.
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