A WRITER'S WIT
Natural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural ability.
Born January 3, 106 B.C.
Stories I Liked Least and Why
Tomer Hanuka, Illustrator
“Space debris that collides in two wide bands of low Earth orbit, at six hundred and twenty and at nine hundred and thirty miles up, can fragment and fragment again—things as big as satellites and rocket boosters and as small as the glove the astronaut Ed White lost on the first U.S. space walk. Eventually, it’s all going to come down, and whether it’ll burn up or crush a house or tap somebody on the shoulder in a dark field on a dark night is anybody’s guess” (69).
Bryan Christie. Illustrator
“But a hiker, who had witnessed it from a distance, had alerted the rangers and taken down the plate number of the young man’s Jeep” (62).
Owen Freeman, Illustrator
Simon Landrein, Illustrator
Martin Ansin, Illustrator
Marco Mazzoni, Illustrator
Javier Jaén, Illustrator
Until next year, when I undertake this once again . . . .
TUESDAY: MY BOOK WORLD: ALONG THE BORDER
WEDNESDAY: RECENT PHOTOS OF LAS VEGAS
THURSDAY: A SHORT STORY
FRIDAY: I SHOWCASE THE LASTEST NEW YORKER STORIES