William Carlos Williams

Woke up this morning and my first thought was I want to read some William Carlos Williams stories. I’m sure you’ve had that same thought yourself (not specifically about Williams but you know what I mean) and you want to act on it right away. I’m sure I first discovered him while perusing the AdultContinue reading “William Carlos Williams”

Sherman Alexie

Currently I am reading “Blasphemy”, a collection of new and selected stories by the contemporary Native American writer Sherman Alexie. If you don’t know him, this short story title should suffice to show what you can expect from him: “Because My Father Always Said He Was the Only Indian Who Saw Jimi Hendrix Play ‘TheContinue reading “Sherman Alexie”

The Common Reader

Eureka! I finally found someone who can express much better than I my purpose for this blog, none other than Virginia Woolf. Yesterday while perusing the book seller’s tables lining the sidewalk along 4th Ave. interspersed among the food vendor’s carts near the NYU Bobst Library, I came upon this book, which I discovered atContinue reading “The Common Reader”