We’ve rounded up some of the best of what our authors have been doing, reading, and thinking this week.
Young poets celebrating the end of the term. pic.twitter.com/v7D7SF3Cf2
— Henri Cole (@ColeHenri) December 11, 2015
If a stranger asks you for the time in the age of smart phones, it's natural to think they are going to murder you.
— Sloane Crosley (@askanyone) December 10, 2015
So excited to see "Hitchcock/Truffaut" at @FilmForumNYC. Dream for 2016: Re-watch ALL of Hitchcock, in order. Gonna happen. Try & stop me.
— Alex Mar (@_alex_mar) December 2, 2015
Affirmative action case before SCOTUS this am brought by same conservative org that challenged Voting Rights Act & one person, one vote
— Ari Berman (@AriBerman) December 9, 2015
McMahon – “we put a lot of work in”… in the end all the pundits miss this: politics = place + sentiment + machine
— Paul Mason (@paulmasonnews) December 4, 2015
I've really been enjoying the poets I've been working with through the @bowerypoetry workshops. Can't say enough good about the experience.
— RowanRicardoPhillips (@RowanRicardo) December 6, 2015
Look at this line stretching out of sight for Marilynne Robinson @englert in Iowa City. @fsgbooks pic.twitter.com/zzBMtx8bF1
— Garth Greenwell (@GarthGreenwell) December 9, 2015