Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Little Gardener + an interview with Emily Hughes (part ii)

I can’t stop thinking about the line Emily left us with yesterday, this one: They are stories coming from a place of trying to understand, rather than a place where it is understood. Right? Welcome back, Emily! Hope you enjoy the rest of our conversation. (And a reminder, click to enlarge any images.) Can you […]

The Little Gardener + an interview with Emily Hughes (part i)

by Emily Hughes (Flying Eye Books, 2015) Friends, I am beyond awe with this conversation with Emily Hughes. If you aren’t familiar with her work yet, I guarantee you will fall in love with it, with her, with a storytelling brilliance that is out of this world. Here, she lets us know both where stories […]

Edmund Unravels

by Andrew Kolb (Nancy Paulsen Books, an imprint of Penguin, 2015) A book cover nodding to old travel postcards feels like a good place to end up, right? Also, study that thing closely as you read, because I’m pretty sure you’ll find each of those locations in the letters inside the book. There’s a moment […]


by JiHyeon Lee  (Chronicle Books, 2015) Hello to you! And you! And you! Here I am, ready to flip my g o n e  f i s h i n g sign back around. First, have you had a nice summer? I have been away from the grind, sitting on a deck, writing books and […]