So in undergrad, I was an English major (political science, too). My area of expertise was Shakespeare. My junior year, I spent the spring semester interning in Washington DC for a political think tank. One of my favorite places was the Folger Shakespeare Library.… Continue Reading “Shakespeare Letterpress Cards”
A weird, lyrical book.
So I read my seventh book.
My Gen-X friends should read this.
My goal was to read 50 books this year, and I just made it under the wire.
Yet another holiday without family. I stole the name of my state of being from my brother-in-law who has had a different drink every night since things shut down in March. We all have the things we do to pass the time. I colored… Continue Reading “Christmas in Quaranisolation”
Oddly enough, I’ve been reading crappy novels.
The 7 ½ deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle. An interesting premise. Guy wakes up with no memory, and must solve a murder. Eight times. Each one the same day. Sort of a murder mystery plus Groundhog Day. Interesting premise, but it sort of falls apart… Continue Reading “Book 26”
Next Year in Havana. Astrophysics for People in a Hurry. I contain multitudes.
This was a fun little book about chickening by Melissa Caughey.