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Ideological silos, blocking people on Twitter, and Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South

Ideological silos, blocking people on Twitter, and Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! A week or so ago, I read with distinct amusement the commentary of two Twitter friends who were attending the Malcolm Gladwell lecture at Book Expo America. Each was live tweeting the event, and in verbose, manic...

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

Yesterday I asked the readers of the RIASS Facebook page whether they make themselves finish reading a book that’s really not to their tastes, or whether they put such a book down. And if the latter, at what point would they do so? There’s a reason that this review is appearing about a week later than originally scheduled. And that’s because...

Big Ray by Michael Kimball: A personal response

Big Ray by Michael Kimball: A personal response

  My father is a small man. He is small in stature. He is small in emotions. And he is also small in achievement. My father’s greatest achievement is the PhD he obtained just after I was born. When I turned eighteen, he gave me a copy of his PhD. When I turned twenty-one, he asked when I would be obtaining a PhD of my own. My father is a scientist....

Review: Lifesaving for Beginners by Ciara Geraghty

Review: Lifesaving for Beginners by Ciara Geraghty

My primary school was a tiny place, one so small that it had no play area to speak of. It did, however, look on to a vast park that was–and still is–a favourite landing place for the city’s hot air balloons. If I’m up early enough, I often see them scudding along overhead before sinking into slumber in the park. But as much as I...

Review: The Songcatcher by Sharyn McCrumb

Review: The Songcatcher by Sharyn McCrumb

Upon the hill above the kirk at moon rise she did stand To tend her sheep that Samhain eve, with rowan staff in hand. And where she’s been and what she’s seen, no living soul may know And when she’s come back home, she will be changed – oh! I picked up Sharyn McCrumb’s The Songcatcher several years ago when on holiday in...

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