Is reading on the loo bad for you?
guardian: From the moment Ron Shaoul took it upon himself to investigate the practice of reading on the toilet, scouring medical literature and turning up nothing of note as to its public health consequences, the situation became clear that here, on his hands, was a big job. Now read on… So far, this is my favorite headline of the week.
Scribner Books: Happy Birthday Ursula K. Le Guin →
Happy Birthday, Ursula! Dreams alter reality in the classic, absorbing “The Lathe of Heaven.” AND it’s set in Portland in 2002 with a massive war going on in the Middle East, with Egypt and Israel allied against Iran but it was written by Le Guin in 1971. scribnerbooks: “Current-borne, wave-flung, tugged hugely by the whole might of ocean, the jellyfish drifts in the tidal...