Novennber Venns, Yet A-Venn

Novennber cannot be stopped (except by the changing of the month, but that’s an issue for next week). We’ve got three more literary Venns for you this week. I realize at this point, I’m playing kind of fast and loose with the official rules of Venn diagrams. It may be more accurate to call some […]

Some Pig, a Dull Boy, and a Gold Guy Get the Novennber Treatment

Novennber rolls on with a fresh batch of literary Venns for your viewing amusement/eye rollification:  

Novennber’s Revennge

We’re now squarely in the 11th month of the year, which means it’s time to bring back our painfully brilliant (or brilliantly painful, depending on your feelings on cheesy wordplay) Novennber idea we introduced last year. It gives us an excuse to experience and share the irresistible, undeniable fun of Venn diagrams. We’ll be coming […]

Literature With a Venn-geance

As #Novennber rolls on, this week, we’re hitting you with some literary Venns*. Click each image to view it in its full size. Enjoy.     *Props to Kayla for the Hamlet and Lord of the Rings Venns

The (Not So) Secret to Writing

November (and #Novennber) is National Novel Writing Month, or, as the hiply efficient call it, NaNoWriMo. It’s a time for writers to cast aside their fears, inhibitions, crippling self-doubt, and excuses to crank out a 50,000 word novel. Quality is optional; the goal is simply to get it done, and the only way to get […]

Happy Novennber

Earlier this week, I received a call from a man who wanted to know if he needed a library card in order to sit in the library and read. I told him no, and that he was welcome to come on in and read all he wanted. It was a short, simple call, but it […]

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