Bookish Links — January 2017

Here’s a fascinating article about how William Shakespeare’s quest for his own coat of arms may help prove his identity. An interview with Ron Padgett, who collaborated with director Jim Jarmusch to write the poems at the center of Jarmusch’s new film Paterson. Here’s something I had never heard of before: W. B. Yeats’s experimentsContinue reading “Bookish Links — January 2017”

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Bookish Links – February 2015

February was a good month for book geeks. Neil Gaiman released Trigger Warning and Harper Lee announced a new book after keeping us in suspense for 55 years! On to the links. This is your brain on Shakespeare. Behold! Twenty-four of the greatest writers of all time, who couldn’t stand each other. I don’t likeContinue reading “Bookish Links – February 2015”

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