All of her mysteries that take place in Venice are wonderful
Tracy read from this book of connected stories last spring at Bennington.
O'Donnell taught English in Iran for fifteen years in the 1960s and 1970s. He returned to the U.S. in late 1970s and worked as a librarian in Oregon until the end of his life. His book was first published in 1980 and several years later the paperback edition came out. The book is extraordinary in terms of its creative style and perceptive observations of its author.
A manifesto for teaching real mathematics - the type that mathematicians actually enjoy - in school
A model (independent of Lockhart) for how real mathematics might be taught earlier in life
Interwoven short stories that play out in Pakistan—gorgeous and horrifying-a real eye-opener
She’s a great writer – brilliant
A big fiction book (Science fiction+Psychology Theory interlaced) that would be good when you snowed in or on
a beach somewhere.
Books that make me cry every time -- but for completely different reasons.
Quite possibly the funniest book ever written
Quite possibly the saddest book ever written
Clearheaded, artist-centered art writing
A show that was at the Dia last year, great essays
Great little book, funny and good lessons for art and life
We are trying a lot of these permaculture ideas in our backyard!