I’m generally not inclined to go all praise the prose about writers because that’s a complement that is subjective. But I don’t know how to write about Harriet Said without telling you that Bainbridge tells a tight, taut story that unfolds in all of its horrifying details.
What has stayed with me in the days since I finished this book is this: Hidden Figures is another reminder that we are better at solving problems when we have more seats at the table.
An outgrowth of Keith Houston’s blog, the author explores how and why we use the symbols we do today.
Ericsson does a masterful job of both explaining what we know about how we achieve success and explaining the conditions under which those forces do (and don’t) work.
Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut My rating: 5 of 5 stars I’ve never been a huge Vonnegut fan, but several friends said that this was the book that would get me. I have to say: They nailed it. This is a dark, sad fictional memoir of Howard W. Campbell Jr., who moved to Germany just […]
Ben Tanzer, Ann Marie Elliott, and Amber Peckham brought down the house at The Downtown Writers Jam, Vol. 4: Storytellers.
Three authors will gather at New Day Craft on July 15 as part of The Downtown Writers Jam, Vol. 4: Storytellers. One of our opening authors: Ann Marie Elliott.
The Downtown Writers Jam, Vol. 3: Jam & Juice is a one-time partnership between The Geeky Press and Indy Literature Pub Crawl coming Wednesday, February 25 to raise money for Indy Reads Books. Storytelling, craft beer, swag, and literary awesomeness.