Uncategorized | November 18, 2005

To reach the desk of TMR associate editor Evelyn Somers, one must often skirt around, step over, wade through, lift-and-move precarious stacks and leaning piles of books–hot-off-the-press, ink-not-yet-dry, here-for-your-review books. It’s a feast of words awaiting her consumption, and, like a grand dinner, it’s simply impossible to finish them all. In “A Feast of Books,” Somers talks about the joy–and the guilt–of such surroundings.

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