4.13.16: Defunct Cookbook Day returns with a rare, self-published ode to the fresh herb. Includes all-expenses paid side trips to Shakespeare and the Chicago Manual of Style.Read more "Defunct Cookbook Wonderland"
4.5.16: Dreams of interplanetary paleo-futures and their waking ends.Read more "A Day on a Read Planet"
4.1.16: “Never work” – This won’t be the last time we confuse millenial for millennarian. Or, what happens when millions of 16th century German peasants are sent to bed without dinner, and dream up The Wild Man and his demonic wild rumpus.Read more "A Day in a Read State (13)"
3.31.16: On the age of sludge and Roman toilet deities.Read more "A Day in a Read State (12)"
3.31.16 Madness with Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication summaries!Read more "Adult-Handpicked Children’s Bedtime Reading Guild: If / Moose / Muffin"
3.18.16: “A Day in a Read State” returns with a lesson about the profound consequences of the stiff rod that spares none of us (or our flippered cousins) – the vertebral column.Read more "A Day in a Read State (11)"
3.10.16: A lesson in 19th century Argentine history from L.A. friends. “…Who is the gaucho amigo / Why is he standing / In your spangled leather poncho / And your elevator shoes…”Read more "A Day in a Read State (10)"
3.8.16: (30 mins) – more eclectic wholism; a filmed dance sequence starring Abe Vigoda and Peter Falk is removed from the final cut.Read more "A Day in a Read State (9)"
3.7.16: Or, How I Learned to Plov the Bomb. Dr. Strangeplov – the food truck, obvs. Or, better yet “Without Plov,” since we’re talking Tracy and Hepburn.Read more "Some Plov, A Book, No Beer: A Day in a Read State (8)"