The August LibraryReads list – the top 10 titles publishing next month that librarians across the country recommend – includes plenty of novels for summer’s last hurrah. (And for you true bibliophiles out there, columnist Michael Dirda delivers “Browsings,” a charming collection of essays about reading, genre fiction, book stores, famous pets in fiction and even library book … Continue reading “Top Ten Books Librarians Love: The August 2015 List”
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Noah Hawley is a great example of a writer who does not need this gentleman’s boost. In addition to the thousands of projects he has in the works (including a television adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Cat’s Cradle“), Hawley is the showrunner of “Fargo,” one of my favorite television shows ever. He’s also a novelist, because apparently … Continue reading “The Gentleman Recommends: Noah Hawley”
Ida Fogle, Library Associate Midlife crisis? Midlife renewal? However you view this phase of life, middle age is a time of challenge and change. There are numerous books on the topic, and Sandra Tsing Loh read most of them as she tried to cope with her “year of raging hormones.” Employing caustic wit, she shares … Continue reading “Literary Links: Midlife Crisis”