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What 10 Books Have Influenced How You Look At the World?

We have winners for the two up-for-grab issues of Books & Culture, May/June 2010 issue! Renae and Lindsey.  Congratulations, you two!  If you’ll e-mail me at comment4elissa at gmail dot com and provide me with your addresses, I shall send them straightaway.  Happiest of reading to you. John Wilson, my editor at Books & Culture, […]

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The Chicken or the Egg?

I had a lovely dinner with my Books & Culture editor John Wilson and his wife on Saturday evening.  Wendy made the most fantastic meal–a delicious soup from Simply in Season (which reminded me to pull it out of my cookbook cupboard when I returned home!), the most savory fish-and-caper-over-rice meal, with a delicious side […]

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More News on Eve!

Tonight, I’m reading at Open Book in Minneapolis–the home, too, of The Loft Literary Center–both of which are staunch supporters of writers.  I know.  I was one of the recipients of their Loft Mentor Series in 2003-2004, and it was a wonderful experience.  It wasn’t until then I began to see that writing was a […]

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Reviews and Dorothy Day

Two more lovely reviews of Eve from the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the Historical Novels Review.  You can read portions of them on the Media page. Well, for a long time now I’ve wanted to read Dorothy Day’s autobiography The Long Loneliness, because I’ve read other books about her, written by other people, and I […]

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