Traffic! Leftovers! Organized sports! Whether you’re traveling, relaxing, or getting a jump on Christmastime fretting, enjoy this cornucopia of savory links, all of them worth your time on a chilly autumn weekend.
Steve Muhlberger reads Worlds of Arthur, and likes its author’s skepticism and clarity.
Scouting New York spots the thousand gargoyles and grotesques of City College.
Gargoyle Girl discovers a French gargoyle pop-up book.
My friend Nancy Marie Brown tours saga sites on her 18th visit to Iceland.
A 9th-grade teacher is using hip-hop to teach Latin hexameter.
After a hiatus, Light: A Journal of Light Verse is back online.
First Known When Lost finds poems in praise of idleness.
Levi urges you: read that Mark Twain autobiography!
Bill Peschel wonders whether bad writers can make books that are good for you.
The Book Haven highlights Joseph Brodsky’s Nobel lecture.
Heather Domin is almost pleased that readers are pirating her books.
Pete ponders what Lou Reed meant to his writing.
Chris at Hats & Rabbits is finishing his father’s song.