- A few teensy links…
- J.L. Bell pulls out some less depressing facts from the latest children & reading study.
- We loved the last act of this episode of This American Life, given over to alternate versions of William Carlos Williams’ poem "This is Just to Say." (Via Austin.)
- Maud’s award-winning essay "Conversations You Have at Twenty" is up at Narrative.
- Interesting contrarian thoughts on Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother at Vector (contrarian compared to most of the other reviews I’ve seen around, anyway). Spoilers abound, so be forewarned.
- Dana waxes brilliant on Keith Gessen, proving that there actually is a purpose to his existence after all.
- Jules reviews Kathi Appelt’s wonderful (see books sidebar for my take) The Underneath. If you have kids that will still let you read aloud to them, buy this immediately. If not and they’re in the middle grade range, buy it and let them read it themselves.
- The Alantropa Project at strange maps.
1 thought on “Thursday Hangovers”
oh, i loved that episode too! i laughed myself to pieces as i walked down seventh avenue.
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