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Another Suggestion

Dappled Things, a little magazine that I think showed up on this blog when Andrew Smith’s work was in it, features another artist that might be familiar.  It’s worth a look.

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Andrew Lytle on Kristin Lavransdatter

I recently discovered that the last thing Andrew Lytle published before he died at the ripe ol’ age of 92 was a book entitled Kristin: A Reading by Andrew Lytle.  Naturally, he’s referring to the heroine of the medieval Norwegian saga: Kristin Lavransdatter.   This is exciting on several levels—mainly that Kristin seems to be Lytle’s […]