Re:Print

January 2009

Does Christopher Moore follow Chuck Palahniuk?

Where do you turn when you need to recommend a book or buy a gift – for someone with completely different reading tastes than you have?


In anticipation: Books in ‘09

I love a New Year. Time to clear out the baggage of the year before and start fresh. It’s time, too, when I challenge


December 2008

Giving the Gift of Literature

For a family of avid readers like mine, books are an obvious choice for gift-giving times.  It’s a fairly sure bet that it


The Girl in the Flammable Skirt

During my holiday travels this year I’ve made a concerted effort not to tote around superfluous reading materials; instead I’m relying on friends


The Reading Brain

Over several thousand years the human brain has been changed by the act of reading. Our brains continue to evolve, and a number of scientific


Christmas Carolling

If you’re one of those diehard anti-consumerists who usually spends this time of year blaming Coca Cola for all things Christmas, it might come


It’s All Part of Der Process

Of course, it scarcely suffices to look at what we’ve wrought at Guantánamo and abroad and call it Orwellian or Kafkaesque.


National Ambassador for Children’s Literature

This past weekend, NPR ran a short piece on Weekend Edition where, as usual, I learned something new. Though it’s a bit tricky to


November 2008

Australasia

TV comic John Clarke once mocked an Australian Prime Minister’s claim that Australia’s future was in Asia.  “I told him Malaysia’s


Proust: On Reading

Marcel Proust wrote a rather well-known work called In Search of Lost Time, published in France in seven parts between 1913 and 1927. Before he embarked on


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//Mixed media
//Blogs

'Cube Escape' Is Free, Frustrating, and Weirdly Compelling

// Moving Pixels

"The Cube Escape games are awful puzzle games, but they're an addicting descent into madness.

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