Posts Tagged ‘Myers-Briggs’
October 15, 2013 | by Sadie Stein
Behind the scenes at the Booker Prize! The lurid image is not misleading.
We are not inclined to argue with the authority of this headline: “Here Is the One Perfect Book for Every Single Myers-Briggs Type.”
“Well-meaning adults can easily destroy a child’s love of reading.” Neil Gaiman on letting children read what they want.
“I don’t know what to make of it really. I’m a bit of an unlikely sex symbol. The mothers have all been coming up to me at the school gates taking the mickey out of me.” The teacher who inspired Helen Fielding’s latest romantic hero.
July 9, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Dogs reading books.
Continuing the judicial book-report trend, a South Carolina woman is granted a reduced sentence on the condition she read and report on the Book of Job. She’s on it.
Archival audio of a 1972 panel discussion from the 92nd St. Y titled “Women Writers: Has Anything Changed?” featuring Nora Ephron, Elizabeth Janeway, and Carolyn Kizer, moderated by Helen Vendler.
Batman dominates the best-seller list (as well as the future box office.)
Data: singular or plural? The debate rages on.
In case you ever wondered about Anne Shirley’s Myers-Briggs personality type.