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Circus Mirandus

Dinner last night was one for the ages! Seattle had major traffic accidents on pretty much every main thoroughfare during rush hour and right before the beginning of Sounders game…leaving the entire city at an almost stand still. 166 more words


Poppings Up

I first met Anthony Smith a good few years ago when he was a student on the long since disappeared Postgraduate Diploma in Antiquarian Bookselling course we used to run in conjunction with the School of Library, Archive and Information Studies (SLAIS) at London University.   773 more words


Book Cupcakes, Long Showers, and Writing Through Rejection: a YA Panel at Blue Bunny Books

There are few things that can get me out of the house on a rainy Saturday. One of them: an awesome event at a local bookstore with a few other fantastic YA authors. 213 more words


What about Amazon?

We are always looking for solutions to the challenge of supplying core texts to our students, particularly if we can make the texts easily accessible in ways our students want. 466 more words

Museum Street (Bloomsbury)

Bookseller Hans Fellner was born in Vienna on 13 June 1925, the son of a banker turned diplomat with French nationality. His parents separated when he was a child, and it was his grandmother who saw to his education. 296 more words


Celebration of Literature - Somerset College 18th to 20th March

I love this time of year when Somerset Celebration of Literature comes around. The buzz felt by the children coming from schools all around the coast, the participating authors love the interaction with their audience of children and fellow writers. 168 more words