Between Leonard Nimoy and Boris Nemtsov’s passings and MFA-gate, it’s been a very existential week. We’ve rounded up some of the best of what our authors have been doing, reading, and thinking on Twitter.
Friend of mine posed for this, back in the day… pic.twitter.com/s4Oxibe7Dr
— Jeff VanderMeer (@jeffvandermeer) February 26, 2015
When anyone claims to hate e-readers or audiobooks I fully expect them to ride off on one of those old timey bicycles
— Amelia Gray (@grayamelia) January 9, 2015
You know that feeling you get when you're writing something you know is going to make everyone hate you? No? Oh . . .
— Meghan Daum (@meghan_daum) February 28, 2015
Think it's fair to say we won't be getting to the bottom of this anytime soon #nemtsov
— Emily Parker (@emilydparker) February 27, 2015
Do you know a young person looking for an opportunity to change the world? We’ve got just the thing for them! http://t.co/LcOS1CM22m
— Tim Shriver (@TimShriver) February 26, 2015
I am super grateful for Spock's demonstration that logic and reason are totally compatible with compassion.
— Ethan Nichtern (@ethannichtern) February 27, 2015
Not a reader as a kid. Not doing anything but being a disaster when I was a teenager. How about there are all kinds of paths to art?
— Laura van den Berg (@Lvandenberg) March 2, 2015