- Thaddeus Marshall, the owner of the garden implement that inspired William Carlos Williams’s “Red Wheelbarrow,” is getting some recognition for his unwitting contribution to American Literature.
- We have a particular fondness for Alice in Wonderland around here (after all, we published George A. Walker’s brilliant edition featuring his incomparable wood-engravings), so it’s no surprise that we found this blog post interesting: Six Parts of the “Alice in Wonderland” Story That Were Real
- I am still fascinated by this website, which will generate serial-killer-esque messages made up of characters cut out of historical publications.
- People sure are predictable when it comes to the annoying things they say about readers.
- This post on the futility of writing (and writing in spite of it all). Stay strong, authors—we believe in you!
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