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Metamorphadox In Pictures

I am often flabbergasted at the level of precision and skill–not to mention dedication–that goes into creating a wordless novel. Unlike a narrative crafted out of words, each scene must be painstakingly planned before being carved into blocks of wood. … Continue reading

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PQ Weekly Roundup: 21 Aug 2015

Every Friday, the PQ Weekly Roundup collects the most shared links in our social media network—bookish articles, reviews, quizzes, recommendations and more—in convenient digest form.   I’m a sucker for some good book design. Here is a lovely image gallery … Continue reading

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PQ Weekly Round-up: This Week in Links @ The Porcupine’s Quill

PQ Weekly is a round-up of the most shared links in our social media network—bookish articles, reviews, quizzes, recommendations and more—in convenient digest form. Finnish students can reportedly learn to read in approximately three months. It takes English speakers three … Continue reading

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“People are less elitist – reading the entire world around us, both the visual and the textual” – An interview with George A. Walker

If you’ve read my previous post about George and Michelle Walker, you probably know a little bit about how wonderful and insightful they are. I regretted not being able to share my conversations with you all, and jumped at the … Continue reading

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