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Read about this week’s cover, “Fall Library,” by Tom Gauld.
That pretty much sums up our fall!
just martin chilling on the hobbit set (─‿‿─)
for Caity <3
Hobbits love to read!
Some of Edward Gorey's bookporn illustrations.
Whoa. These rule.
Celebrate Banned Books Week by reading a banned book.
Yeah, we party hard.
Googly eyes, scalpels, and taxidermy, oh my! Watch a DIY mouse-stuffing afternoon with the minds behind crappytaxidermy. (The book is on sale next week, for all your mildly disturbing gift-giving needs.)
Also please pay special attention to the lady in green’s face at 0:37, because it is amaaaaaaazing.
"Some works have the magical capacity to resist closure—they read us as much as we read them, by revealing what is most important to our lives individually and our age collectively."
– Joseph Luzzi for @TheParisReview Daily, on why some stories—The Adventures of Pinocchio, for example—become universal classics while others struggle to find an audience.
If filling up a pepper grinder with crushed Doritos isn’t genius, then we don’t know what is. (And there are so many more genius ideas to be had here.)