On the Shelf
A Printer Called Lethem, and Other News
January 9, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
Portlanders, start your smug engines: you live in the top city in America for readers.
James Joyce in Trieste.
Turkey has quietly lifted a ban on some 23,000 books.
“The Lethem printer resides in the college’s library, Crossett, where it is used by students to print papers and assignments. Prior to Lethem, the college printers were called Rumi and Thoreau for no discernable reason, as neither went there.”