Novelist Ursula Le Guin, best known for her award-winning science fiction, died earlier this week.
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Endo’s novels, including SILENCE, are dark and deep reflections on the human condition…
We were therefore quite surprised to stumble upon these lighthearted Japanese commercials starring the novelist, presumably undertaken in a tongue-in-cheek fashion…
So, in memory of the fullness of his life and work, enjoy these commercials!
In remembrance of his life, we have picked a few books of the many he published as a sort of introductory guide.
[ DFW’s essay “A Supposedly Fun Thing” Only $1.99 for Kindle! ]
In memory of this brilliant young writer, who died way too young, here are three important interviews that he did…
Madeleine L’Engle is one of my favorite writers and If it were not for her work, I probably would never have met my wife!
In remembrance of Madeleine, here are 3 short clips of her discussing the craft of writing…
The George Zimmerman verdict reminds us that we have a long way to go toward justice here in the U.S.
I think this poem by Langston Hughes, hits close to home.
(HT: ERB Reviewer Ric Hudgens for suggesting this poem)
Paperback: Vintage, 1995
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