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Robin Sloan
“When I thought of archives-documents stored and studied-I though of poets, writers, politicians, scientists. But why shouldn't the archives of the eaters also have avid keepers?”
Robin Sloan

Ann Patchett
“The ability to have a friend, and to be a friend, is not unlike the ability to learn. Both are rooted in being accepting and open-minded with a talent for hard-work. If you are willing to stretch yourself, to risk yourself, if you are willing to love and honor and cherish the people who are important to you until one of you dies, then there will be great heartaches and even greater rewards.”
Ann Patchett, This is the Story of a Happy Marriage

Ann Patchett
“Did you ever want to be a writer?” “No,” she said, and she would have told him. “I only wanted to be a reader.”
Ann Patchett, Commonwealth

“Like it or not, we are irrevocably a product of our time and place.”
Laure Dugas, Champagne Baby: How One Parisian Learned to Love Wine--and Life--the American Way

Robin Sloan
“After that, the book will fade, the way all books fade in your mind. But I hope you will remember this:
A man walking fast down a dark lonely street. Quick steps and hard breathing, all wonder and need. A bell above a door and the tinkle it makes. A clerk and a ladder and warm golden light, and then: the right book exactly, at exactly the right time.”
Robin Sloan, Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore

25x33 Newbery Marathon — 14 members — last activity Feb 16, 2014 02:18PM
This group is dedicated to reading the all of the Newberry Award winning books from 1922 to when the marathon ends on June 12, 2017 - for a total of 9 ...more