Tag Archives: Washington D.C.
by Sarah Jost I’ve always been a big eavesdropper. Luckily, now that I’m a bit older and a writer, I can call it ‘journalism.’ A few days ago, I was enjoying a brief aquatic reprieve from Washington, D.C.’s current heat … Continue reading
By Geo Ong In between a particularly hectic week at work and my first week of NaNoWriMo, I spent this past weekend in Washington, D. C., primarily to attend what has most recently been referred to as the Rally to … Continue reading
By Geo Ong This Saturday I will be in Washington, D. C., attending Jon Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity. I’ll be donning my most reasonable outfit, holding up my reasonably-sized rally sign with my reasonably witty statement and hope to … Continue reading
By Geo Ong The New York Times recently published an article titled ‘Picture Books No Longer a Staple for Children’, where the article’s author Julie Bosman explores the recent decline in popularity of children’s picture books. Though there may be … Continue reading
What a show! Sincere thanks to all who read and voted! Here they are, your winners! Book of the Year Imperial by William T. Vollmann Novelist (that’s right, novelist) William T. Vollmann spent ten years of his life on this … Continue reading