Tag Archives: The Guardian

Dichotomous Anonymous

Wherein I am delighted to welcome one of the best writers and poets I know, Kathleen Cain, into the Bloomsbury Blogging fold… With a few essential exceptions, I disdain dichotomy. Either/Or. One or two. Up or down. Yes or no. … Continue reading

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Gray on ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’

I’m happy (and I’m sure you are as well) to introduce to you our first guest blogger, Dawn W. Petersen—wherein our heroine, Editor Extraordinaire, goes on a quest to intellectually stalk the Best-selling Beast, The-Book-That-Must-Not-Be-Named… Who among us has not … Continue reading

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‘Real’ books or e-books? Alarmed?

“The tastes of the reading public are turning digital“, says The Huffington Post. “Print book sales rise hailed as a sign of a fightback in a digital world,” says The Guardian. From HuffPo: A Pew Internet Research Center survey released … Continue reading

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Dalva by Jim Harrison

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