It’s the start of February, which means it’s almost time for Valentine’s Day. Let the literary love fest begin with a piece from a Page Pulp favorite, Frank O’Hara.
Recently, I discovered the wonder that is Authors@Google.
The poem for this week is “A Clear Midnight” by Walt Whitman, which is taken from Leaves of Grass.
his week we are taking a trip to the Shire and looking at the covers of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring.
In honor of E.B. White’s birthday (his 113th), the book I am quoting this week is the classic tear-jerker, Charlotte’s Web.
Since I am in the midst of reading Matthew Pearl’s The Poe Shadow, I thought I’d make the poem of the week one of Mr. Edgar Allan Poe’s. (I have Poe on the brain.)
Since George Orwell’s birthday is coming up (June 25th), I decided to make Animal Farm the subject for cover exploration this week. Look through all of the pictures, because remember this: all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.
On Donovan’s 1970 album, Open Road, there is a track titled “Riki Tiki Tavi”.
Near the end of the 1800′s, American artist Samuel Richards completed work on what is perhaps his best known painting, “Evangeline Discovering Her Affianced in the Hospital”.
The poem for this week is “Sun and Flesh” (Or, “Credo in Unam”) by Arthur Rimbaud.