Literary Paint Chips: Gallery 1

From the Paris Review Daily – Paint Samples, suitable for the home, sourced from colors in literature. For example if you want to see that gray green greasy color of the river Limpopo, this is where you’re gonna go. “Then Kolokolo Bird said, with a mournful cry, ‘Go to the banks of the great gray-green, [Read More...]

This Just In: Sense Nonsense – Updates

Sense Nonsense: Fundamental Propositions Not Too Good to Be True, Just Too Hard to Accept by Francisco J. Garcia-Julve Can I tell you that I was sitting at the Sense Nonsense book website just chuckling at the sayings rotating? (You can’t yet, but go take a look and you’ll see what I’m talking about.) They’re [Read More...]

Lenten Reading Ideas – Updated

WHAT I’M READING I am already reading two books that are really hitting me where I live. How handy! I can just keep going with them through Lent. Night of the Confessor by Tomas Halik Night of the Confessor is rich and deep, with somehow simple ideas. Just when the author says something that I [Read More...]


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