Longing for better, healthier days.
When books burn, they tend not to stop.
Sharing builds community.
The whole point is to encourage people to read.
Libraries weren’t always to wonderful democratic institutions that they are today.
The reality of summer never fit with my fantasies.
During my last trip to Canada, I stopped in to visit the Vancouver Women’s Library. I’ve blogged about this great organization before, and I remain very impressed with their mission. Because of that, I was really excited to add my book, A Bridgetender’s View: Notes on Gratitude, to their collection. They’ve invited me to do …
Recently I wrote a post about the cherry blossoms at the University of Washington here in Seattle. I didn’t want to take away from their glory by including information about a little side trip we took to the UW Library. It’s amazing and deserves its own focus. I absolutely adore libraries. Everything about them. They …
Can I just say that I love Vancouver, Canada? It’s quirky. It’s diverse. The food is good, the people are friendly, and there is much to do and see. One of my favorite things about this city is that people aren’t afraid to be controversial and/or cutting edge. What better place to start a women’s …