The Elves of Eytherfel
Fun Reads of Interest
Fun Reads of Interest
Chissick Chat #16 ~ Read the Interview with Amelia Chambers
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog! Following the Easter break, I’m chatting with Amelia […]
HUMOUR: John Sharpe: No. 1,348 (Underworld) by Riley J Froud
Every once in a while you get to read something special and this is […]
Chissick Chat #15 ~ Read the Interview with Janet Gogerty
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog. We are starting April by saying hello to Janet […]
A review of ‘Behind the Scenes at the Museum’ by Kate Atkinson
Can you keep a secret? Most authors can, often the plots of novels depend […]
A Deluge of Comfort
By Syl Sabastian “Drought always ends in rain.” Sometimes, the profoundly obvious, is also […]
Chissick Chat #14 ~ Read the Interview with Kimberly Livingston
Welcome to the Chissick Chat Blog! Today I’m saying hello to Kimberly Livingston, an author […]
We’re Closed for Independence Day!
Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for July 2, 2020
The best book deals of the day, curated by Book Riot.
What Anti-Racism Books Were Americans Requesting At Their Libraries?
The most popular anti-racism books in American digital library collections from March to April 2020.
15 Fantastic YouTube Book Reviewers For Your Viewing Pleasure
For more in-depth reviews or some laughs, these are some of the best channels for YouTube book reviews and related bookish content.
20 Must-Read YA Romcoms for 2020
Pick up, or keep an eye out for these new and forthcoming 2020 YA romcoms featuring fun, uplifting, and hilarious stories about young love.
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The Pain of the KKK Joke
There are always three violences. The first is the violence itself.
Philip Roth’s Last Laugh
“Ligt in drerd,” Roth used to say of anyone dead. “Lies in the ground.” He admired this blunt bit of Yiddish.
Music-Making across the Distance: An Interview with Alan Pierson
Garth Greenwell talks to composer Alan Pierson about creating an immersive musical experience using twenty-six screens placed around his apartment.
Ashes to Ashes, Eel to Eel
What has the eel been throughout history—in literature and art, as well as in its hidden existence just beneath the surface—if not uncanny?
A Letter to the Professor Whose Name I Carry
You were with us for only a month before cancer caused you to take a leave of absence. Inside the classroom, we studied. Outside, I wept.
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