Hiroshige: 100 Famous Views of Edo by Melanie Trede

Hiroshige, 100 Views of Edo by Melanie Trede My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have been leisurely perusing this book on Sunday mornings when we get up and sit on the back porch with our coffee and the dogs running crazily after squirrels and mockingbirds. (Those of you with little ones, this time will [Read More...]

The Thorny Grace of It by Brian Doyle

The Thorny Grace of It: And Other Essays for Imperfect Catholics by Brian Doyle My rating: 4-1/2 of 5 stars I think about the motley chaotic confusing house that is Catholicism. I think about the mad wondrous prayer of the Mass. I thing about how htere are such stunning and wonderful and confusing people in [Read More...]

A Land Without Sin by Paula Huston

A Land Without Sin by Paula Huston My rating: 4-1/2 of 5 stars “Jan,” I asked casually, “is this one of the glyphs that has been translated?” He paused over the tripod, as though considering whether or not this information might ruin me as an accomplice, then said, “It has.” “What does it mean?” He [Read More...]


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