Wondering about privileging memory over the lens of experience
On Imagining Travel
And reimagining through reading during self-isolation
On Reading Aloud
A visit to a thrift store, a reading aloud memory
Connecting with a literature of your own
Books on Our Shelves: What They Tell Others about Ourselves
What does your collection say about you?
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A Brief Essay of/on Book Pairings
An essayistic approach to reading
The Appeal of Children’s Literature as a Grownup Person
On Mary Poppins, P.L. Travers, and NOT writing for children
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On Emulating Creative Writing
Write what you read
The Appeal of the Used Bookstore
I’d worked in a used bookstore for several years, so why was I still drawn to them?
On Recording a Reading History
A question about L.M. Montgomery’s reading prompted me to consider my own