Over the last few weeks, I've been working on a rather personal project: Connor's Story - a video that shares the experiences of my nephew as our family participates in Tourette Awareness Month.
You can view the video and report here:
If you would take a few minutes to watch it, it would mean a lot to our family.
After today's "Genre Gender and Race A Panel Discussion", I brought the topic up with my teen-aged daughter. She laughed at the concept of segregating books and quipped,"Your 'white' book can't be shelved near my 'black' book!"
While I find the idea of book segregation ridiculous at best, I can see where certain readers might find the practice leads to easier navigation in a bookstore. Even after admitting that fact, I can't help but wonder if, in a situation such as this, the…
Its probably silly to get so excited over a post card, but given my current avenue of research, this is amazing!
This postcard featuring a haunted oak tree was printed in 1905. Its very similar to a photograph I took of a haunted oak along a path just a couple years…Continue