On the Shelf
Librarians’ Darkest Secrets, and Other News
October 9, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
Shame! Librarians tell all.
“I think that Napoleon was a terrific guy before he started crossing national borders. Over the course of time, his temperament changed, and his behavior was insensitive to the nations he occupied. Through greed—which it sees differently, as technological development and efficiency for the customer and low price, all that—[Amazon] has walked itself into the position of thinking that it can thrive without the assistance of anyone else. That is megalomania.” Andrew Wylie on Amazon.
For those inured to leaf-peeping, an October guide to Northeastern horror-writer tourism.
Wamblecropt, groke, and other wonderful, forgotten words.