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What I Want To Tell You Someday

St. Peter's Square by the-o on flickr

“You’re the girl who chomped down on the Snickers bar when the Pope died.”

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Interview: Celeste Ng, Author of Everything I Never Told You

Novelist Celeste Ng

“Creating some kind of art…is as close to leaving your brain behind in a jar as you’re going to get.”

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Interview: Emily Rapp, Author of The Still Point of the Turning World

Author Emily Rapp with child Ronan

“I think experiences of joyfulness are more magnified, more fully experienced, when you have known true suffering, because you understand that all of these great epic feelings are blips, really.”

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Staff Reading: May 2007

Matt Borondy: A couple of books I tore through recently that were really enjoyable, well written and informative (but not incredibly “literary”) were Chasing Cool, a new book about marketing by Noah Kerner and Gene Pressman, and Don’t Make Me Think, a classic on user interfaces (and writing for the web) by Steve Krug. I’m […]

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