"Literature" Blogs & Blog Posts

Calvin's BlogCalvin's Blog

Blog of illustrator, cartoonist, comic book artist, author, animator and se...

 
Planting WordsPlanting Words

My life as a gardener of words...

 
Scribble City CentralScribble City Central

Multigenre UK children's author Lucy Coats blogs about books, mytholog...

 
Trevor CookTrevor Cook

politics, international relations, literature

 
Notes from a roomNotes from a room

Literary writing and quotes.

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 
Satisfacciones de esclavoSatisfacciones de esclavo

Aproximaciones a esa forma de proporcionarse placer que es la literatura y ...

 


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An easily foreseen result of the last few weeks is that people stuck at home are reading more books. Or, at the very least, talking about the books that will remain on their shelves, gathering dust and begging to be read. But with the innumerable amo...

After their marriage in 1906, American expats Nancy and 2nd Vis­count Wal­dorf Astor moved in­to Cliveden, a large country estate in Bucks on the River Thames. There Nancy became a wealthy, prominent hostess for the upper class. Or in th...

Susie Harries’ Nikolaus Pevsner: The Life is an interesting book because it focuses on my hero’s personal life rather than his lecture notes. Nikolaus Pevsner (1902–1983) was born in Leipzig into a com­fortable and cultivated Jewish family. Fa...

Taco Bell Quarterly is not affiliated with Taco Bell. It also has no profit model, and admits on its own website that it cannot even get extra sauce at the Taco Bell drive-thru. It does, however, still pride itself as being, "the literary magazine fo...

Anna Epstein has published a very readable and viewable book, “Melekh Ravitsh: The Eccent­ric Outback Quest of an Urbane Yiddish Poet from Poland (2019). She edited the stories and images to cater to my personal passions: art, history, Austra...

I didn’t think I would be coming back to my Czech husband's hero, Franz Kafka (1883-1924) so soon.Note the review of the excellent book called Kafka, The Early Years, written by Rainer Stach (Princeton 2016). I ended that post as follows: If M...

Monty Python co-founder Terry Jones who died last month was also a scholar of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, having penned two books about the great English poet. Before Jones's death, he was collaborating with an international team of Ch...