Every few months or so, I’ll be sending a News!Letter of bookish bits and pieces that inform, intrigue, provoke, and, I hope, delight. Here is a wrap-up of 2016 LitBits, sent with best wishes on the last day of the year.
Because sometimes the world moves too fast for books.
Because it feels good to be part of the conversation.
As I wrote Gutenberg’s Fingerprint, I thought a lot about books, what they are, what they mean, why I love them, how they are changing and how they are becoming what they started out to be. The brain doesn’t turn off when an editor says “Stop!” so in Books UnPacked, these thoughts spool on, exploring the past and future of books, and the actual books I’m unwrapping to read.
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