The Daily Square – 120 Questions Edition

April 29th, 2006 · 2 Comments
by Kassia Krozser

Today’s links of interest:

  • Los Angeles Times Book Awards – The Winners
    Mark liveblogs (ah, to have the energy and attention span!) the awards. You, dear reader, get to enjoy the fruits of his labor.
  • 120 Questions for… George Saunders
    If you’re a George Saunders fan or just happen to live with one (bonus points if both!), here’s 120 ways to avoid the gym on a Saturday morning.
  • Interview with Sheila Heti
    Dan Wickett’s great interview with Ticknor author Sheila Heti.
  • how people read online
    if:book looks at online publlshing and how its consumed.
  • Google is a very adjective writer
    Max either has too much time on his hands or his fantasy team is letting him down — either way, he spent a little time at Google, discovering heretofore unknown facts about Jonathan Franzen.
  • Your Unique Story Proposition
    We like to check in with Copyblogger on a regular basis — not so much concerned with the world of fiction, but always worthwhile in terms of writing clean, clear, persuasive copy.
  • Hearts, flowers and racy passages
    Yet another look at the erotica phenomenon, citing, dare we say?, pretty much the same players as the previous articles. Which makes us wonder if there’s a go-to list of erotica interviewees.

File Under: The Daily Square

2 responses so far ↓

  • Max // Apr 29, 2006 at 2:49 pm

    It must be the former because the team is cruising along nicely. We’re in third but we’re gearing up for a run at first place with the help of team captain Pujols. The season is still young, of course, but I wouldn’t bet against us.

  • Booksquare // Apr 29, 2006 at 2:53 pm

    I do not understand. How can your team captain be Pujols when my team captain is one Albert “Fernwood Frog” Pujols? Something seems fishy here.

    And, yeah, it’s early, but a great season so far.