Luc Leestemaker's Night Table recommendationsSaturday, Jan 30, 2010 at 11:41am
Especially because I spend so much time in the studio, where paint and intuition rule, I feel it's important to feed that other part of my brain when I'm not painting; by reading. I'll admit that I devoured an awful lot more literature earlier in my life than I do now. But aside from my beloved weekly New Yorker magazine, which is a wonderful cheater's way of being intimately -and instantly- informed on all current matters that may hit the dinner party conversations, I always have a few new discoveries ready to be broken in. Here are two books that are on top of the stack right now.Categories: Reviews, Discussions, Authors
TIME TO ACT ON THAT NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONTuesday, Jan 19, 2010 at 10:02am
Scientists at the Mayo Clinic have produced a weight-loss program that should help you lose weight and improve your health forever. All is revealed in their new book, The Mayo Clinic Diet.Categories: Reviews, Discussions
Jonathan Ball's Night Table recommendationsTuesday, Jan 19, 2010 at 9:23am
Reading is part of a writer's job, and in 2010 I will chronicle my reading (along with others) at a website called the 95 Books blog. McNally Robinson has asked what's on my night table right now, and there are two books:Categories: Reviews, Discussions, buzz, Winnipeg
THANK YOU WINNIPEG AND SASKATOON!Thursday, Jan 07, 2010 at 2:20pm
McNally Robinson is back on its feet and we have been helped up by you, our
Thank you for your flowers, cards, letters, emails of encouragement and goodwill.
Thank you for coming into our stores this past week in record numbers.
It was an overwhelming groundswell of support which made a difficult time endurable.
So thank you Winnipeg. Thank you Saskatoon. You have always been the most generous and supportive of communities. Thank goodness we are part of you and you are part of us.
Reading and FlyingThursday, Jan 07, 2010 at 2:03pm
What? I cannot take my book to the airport. Until now, I have been smug
about flying, smiling while others complained about delayed flights and
increased pre-boarding times. This was my opportunity to read without
interruption or guilt. No more. Books are not allowed through airport
security. Why? They slow down the security process.
What is a reader to do? What is a bookseller to do? Set up book kiosks post
security where the percentage rent is astronomical and
the atmosphere is hard and bright?
The right to read on a plane has been dashed in the name of national
security. Oh my. Literate society has been grounded.
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