Tag Archives: Helen Fielding


  • On the Shelf

    Man with Van of La Mancha, and Other News



  • In honor of the seventy-fifth anniversary of The Grapes of Wrath, playwright Octavio Solis, writer Patricia Wakida, and filmmaker P. J. Palmer will retrace the Oklahoma-to-California journey of the Joad family. Along Route 66, they plan to collect oral histories, documenting the ten-day journey on social media.
  • Meanwhile, photographer Jacob Robinson takes to La Mancha (and Kickstarter) to “capture the spirit of Don Quixote” for the Visual Editions project.
  • Helen Fielding has killed off Mark Darcy, leaving Bridget Jones a widow; readers are in shock.
  • Garrison Keillor has penned his first book of poetry: O, What a Luxury: Verses Lyrical, Vulgar, Pathetic and Profound.

  • Arts & Culture

    Literary Paint Chips: Gallery 1


    Paint Samples, suitable for the home, sourced from colors in literature. As seen in our two-hundredth issue.

    City Fingers Delta Khaki Navy Rayon Limpopo
    Mapp’s Silence Nightclub Lycra Alleline’s Pink Gin Lydia
    Montdore Mink Rothko’s Forearm Moth Mrs. Jones Green
    Elephant Hills Camel Cashmere Glimpse Gray Samsa Juice
    Anne’s Shoes Mossy Trout Lipstick Smack Ocean Heart
    Mediterranean Cock Rebecca’s Smalls Dock Green Fair Fuzz
    Gosling Random Dandelion Violet Hour Golightly