What I have for you at Favorite Thing Ever today is not exactly stream of consciousness… more like a Canal of Canadian Content. Where I wind up, eventually, is Hugh Dillon’s awesome solo album, Works Well With Others, which is a sort of musical “What if?” What if Joe of Hard Core Logo had lived well into a wiser middle age? This isn’t exactly that album, maybe, but it can feed that fannish desire.
If what you’re itching for is more technological, Kelly has a love poem to her new Kindle up.
This being Monday, I am at Favorite Thing Ever, blogging about the wonders of The Vinyl Cafe. Or, if you’d like a behind-the-scenes look at Indigo Springs, check out “Magic Calls to Magic” in the Tor-Forge blog. Enjoy!
Travel and other jolts to my schedule derailed me from making my usual Fave Thing Ev post this week, but there are good articles there on Dirty Dancing and the Chatelaine Modern Classics cookbook.
This being Monday, I am over at Favorite Thing Ever, raving about the cop show Boomtown, which was cut off after a tragically short and thoroughly terrific run on NBC in 2002-2003. Or if you’re not inclined to humor me about the crime TV, check out Nate’s praise for Nanowrimo, which begins today!
Since it’s the beginning of a new month, I’m closing the door on the spider and cobweb pictures for awhile, and instead offer you shadows in the autumn fog:
Happy Monday, everyone! If you are looking for a distraction, consider heading over to Favorite Thing Ever, where I am all abwee with love for Neal Stephenson’s eco-thriller Zodiac and Kelly tells you about the delightful The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagun.