This Summer was slow. Slow in the way that summers used to be, when you were younger and life stretched out in front of you.
By: Jane Stillwater I’ve had a really good time in Portland, Oregon, this week — even though it rained almost every day. But even the rain in Portland is […]
By: Savannah Thorne
“If you are writing without zest, without gusto, without live, without fun, you are only half a writer. It means you are so busy keeping one eye on the commercial market, or one ear peeled for the avant-garde coterie, that you are not being yourself. For the first thing a writer should be is–excited. He should be a thing of fevers and enthusiasms.”-Ray Bradbury
By: The David
Holding the book and perusing the page is a part of the true reader’s ritual. It is a part of the pleasure of reading.