Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Good Morning

Here's a quick tour around the Literary Internet.

• James Arthur offers his appreciation of Conan the Barbarian on The Rumpus.

David Gates (author of, among others, the fantastic novel Jernigan) reviews Love and Obstacles by Aleksandar Hemon—who read with us in May. (Great reading.)

Lorrie Moore has another masterful short story in The New Yorker. World continues to turn as it will.


Don't miss tonight's reading:

Tuesday • June 30 • 7pm
Clarion West presents: Karen Joy Fowler
Reading & Book Signing
U District store

Karen Joy Fowler is the author of six novels and dozens of short stories, all marked indelibly by her remarkable, witty voice, yet as different from one another as chartreuse is from physics. Winner of the World Fantasy Award and two Nebulas, and a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award, Fowler is a brilliant writer, a compassionate teacher, and an intuitive critic. Free and open to the public.

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