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22 May on Blog, Linkstorm

As promised, today is the last ever Linkstorm. I am stepping down as the Editor-in-Chief of Barnstorm, though I’ll be staying involved in an Editor Emeritus capacity. Amy Sauber will...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

15 May on Linkstorm

Here's a list of 65 books you need to read in your 20s. Kinda hate when people tell me what I "need to do" in my twenties. Like I "have...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

08 May on Blog, Linkstorm

Happy 76th today to Thomas Pynchon. And happy Pynchon In Public Day to us all. Break out your homemade Tristero shirts, nerdy boys. I won't even say anything about how...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

01 May on Blog, Linkstorm

Hello friends. It's the last week of school (forever, for me!) and it's finally 65 and sunny in NH, which means people are going full 1990s Malibu out there. Rollerblading...

 

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24 April on Blog, Linkstorm

George Saunders wrote a thing about his computer desktop for The Guardian, and it's very funny and sweet. Also includes a not-to-be-missed photograph he has in his office of the...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

17 April on Blog, Linkstorm

Congrats to Adam Johnson, who just won the fiction Pulitzer for The Orphan Master's Son. Congrats, too, to the committee on choosing a winner this year. Also re: the Pulitzer,...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

10 April on Blog, Linkstorm

In case you're a lazy slug person and this is your only source of news, legendary movie critic Roger Ebert died last week. In a desperate bid to make me...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

03 April on Blog, Linkstorm

J. Robert Lennon thinks most contemporary fiction is terrible. Yeah, okay. Unless it's the opposite of that and it's never been...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

27 March on Blog, Linkstorm

Hey UNH folks, come see me read at Prospective Student Day on Friday, unless you want me to read to an empty room with just a Twix wrapper blowing by...

 

Wednesday Linkstorm

20 March on Linkstorm

The first day of spring is tomorrow. Ho, ho. That's rich. Spring? I freaking doubt it. I'm about to change my name to Nanook of the North and go forage...