read and recommended: "The Old Ways of Defeat" by Chris Collision

Half of this post is months later than I intended it to be, but I’m not often a timely writer, and when I am, usually the coincidence works against me. But maybe it’s timely in a different fashion because this week, word hit the hockey streets that the ECHL’s San Francisco Bulls are in some … More read and recommended: "The Old Ways of Defeat" by Chris Collision

Travel Light: A book recommendation & a November impossibility

Several years ago, the inimitable Linda Koons sent me a book: Travel Light by Naomi Mitchison. It’s a short, sharp tale, a Norse fairy tale, rubbing up against allegory in a way that reminds me of The Little Prince, but the unrelenting, marvelous Norseness of Travel Light also means it is nothing at all like … More Travel Light: A book recommendation & a November impossibility

read and recommended: Kingdom Animalia by Aracelis Girmay

I’ve been trying to read more, which is to say making time to read more, because finding time to read more will never, in fact, happen. But also, if I’ve read something and loved it, it feels wrong not to share it. I often do that on Twitter, but that’s not like really digging into … More read and recommended: Kingdom Animalia by Aracelis Girmay