Welcome back for Literary Gastronomy, Part 2. “Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.”
What is the connection between Ogden Nash and James Thurber? Besides both being humorists, they published at The New Yorker during the
Continuing on the Give A Lick: Literary Postage Stamp week, today I will be featuring Flannery O’Connor and Ralph Ellison. The
Inspiration comes from many places. Today’s blog post inspiration came from the Richard Wright quote of last week, when I
A friend posted about a novel quiz he took and realized that he didn’t know any of the Black Authors.
Mark Twain, who read widely, was passionately interested in the problems of style; the mark of the strictest literary sensibility
The more closely the author thinks of why he wrote, the more he comes to regard his imagination as
A “spoonerism” is a slip of the tongue where the speaker inadvertently swaps the consonants or vowels in a phrase.
2021 A to Z: Letter D is for Appreciate a Dragon Day (January 16) Appreciate A Dragon Day has been
The new year is the perfect time to set new reading goals! This is my “want to read” list, my “TBR”
“You write to communicate to the hearts and minds of others what’s burning inside you, and we edit to let
Ernest Hemingway‘s writing style is known almost instantaneously by most readers. It is distinctive, recognizable, and influential. Critics believe his
Don DeLillo is the National Book Foundation‘s 2015 Medalist for Distinguished Contribution To American Letters. The Medal for Distinguished
Thanks for coming along this week on this amazing ride, er… read! Don’t run away yet, we still have the
Hi All! This week I’m giving over my blog to Steampunk with Heart, a great group of authors with a