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A public conversation about our worlds.

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A Capella Arachnid Guy

September 7th, 2007 by Steven Gould

So, these guys are doing it all. A capella with dancing and pretty good comedy.

Their version of Thriller is quite good, too.

Posted in Art, Dance, Music, Pop. Culture, Steve | 3 Comments »

Tesseract, Tessaract, Where Have You Gone?

September 7th, 2007 by Steven Gould

Random House Publicity Photo

Madeleine L’Engle, who in writing more than 60 books, including childhood fables, religious meditations and science fiction, weaved emotional tapestries transcending genre and generation, died Thursday in Connecticut. She was 88.

Her death, of natural causes, was announced today by her publisher, Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Ms. L’Engle (pronounced LENG-el) was best known for her children’s classic, A Wrinkle in Time, which won the John Newbery Award as the best children’s book of 1963. By 2004, it had sold more than 6 million copies, was in its 67th printing and was still selling 15,000 copies a year.

New York Times

Here’s a 2004 NPR interview with her about the Television Production of Wrinkle In Time.

Posted in Fantasy, People, Steve, Writing | 3 Comments »

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