Newsday Tuesday

Favorite Tweets:

Favorite Search Terms:

  • Free Dewey Decimal Poster:  I’m glad we can be nerdy about more than one thing at my blog.
  • how to dumb down a young adult book: This person should never come to my blog again.  I’m going to stop even typing before this becomes a rant.
  • cutest picture of e.e. cummings: Right here.  He is a darling, like an older James Dean.
  • world of poetry book of once upon a time: I love the mix of poetry and fairytale.  Anne Sexton does it well.

Charlotte Bronte advice on writing

Favorite image @ pinterest

Book News:

That’s a poem I liked from Saltwater Quarterly.

Now experience this, I had to add it:

11 thoughts on “Newsday Tuesday

  1. Bea says:

    Loved the video with the bookish women. It is so nice to see women portrayed with brains while also into their music.
    I will go back and check out a few more of your links. Thanks!

  2. a. m. f. says:

    ha! I’m trying to blog skim (catch up) and saw your link. I posted this on my fb (the youtube) after seeing it in my stream from tin house pub. so fun!

    sidebar>> I wrote about Cheryl regarding her interview in P&W promoting WILD, on my blog last week (or around there) To my surpise, she read my blog (or someone claiming to be her) and commented. I was so honored. You would love her Dear Sugar column ~

    • Cassie says:

      Ah – I’m going to have to read that. I’m in love with her essays and I’ve been hearing so many wonderful things about her Dear Sugar column. I’ll have to check it out soon and then read all the backlogs. Wasn’t it anonymous at some point? My library is just now ordering Wild but I will have to get it as soon as they have it in stock – YAY!

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