April 2008

Predicting the Pulitzers

This week at Re:Print, we’ll be talking all things Pulitzer, paying particular attention to the prize-winning books, fiction and non. The 2008 prize announcement

1001 Books for Every Mood

1001 Books for Every Moodby Hallie EphronAdams MediaMay 2007, 400 pages, $14.95 I love books about books. You know the ones I mean—The Western Canon, Books of the

Friday news round-up: Textbook prices, John Krasinski, TextBuyIt

The mystery of the overpriced textbook solved If you’ve ever questioned just how your college textbook bill tops $500+ each and every semester, check out

Travel + Leisure’s Unexpected Italy

Travel + Leisure’s Unexpected ItalyNancy Novogrod (Introduction)DK PublishingJanuary 2008, 192 pages, $24.95 From the well-traversed urban centers of Venice and Rome to out of the way and

March 2008

The Graphic Report: The Killing Joke

In a storyline that’s been retold almost as often as the Depression-era rough-and-tumble beginnings of the comics trade, the mid-to-late 1980s saw a rebirth

Even more audio books

Last week I mentioned getting into audio books for the first time. I must admit, I am still working my way through the 20 disc set

Friday news round-up

Charles Frazier remembers Anthony Minghella Fascinating piece in the LA Times by Cold Mountain author, Charles Frazier, detailing his friendship with the late Anthony Minghella.

Riffing on Audio Books

Can I get a show of hands – how many of you listen to audio books? Come on, now, don’t be shy, I know you’

The Graphic Edition: Paul Goes Fishing

Maybe it’s true that Canadians are just simply nicer. While American graphic novels of late have been concerning themselves with abject self hatred (Adrian

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North Carolina students win Battle of the Books Wow, I wish we had these kinds of comps at my school. What could be better than

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//Mixed media

Double Take: 'Fantasia' Muses on Music

// Short Ends and Leader

"Fantasia stands alone as a virtuoso tribute to the virtuosity of its music.

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