There's a new edition of The Curator available today. Yes, there's also an article written by moi, but once again, I'm more excited to read the other pieces ~ the likes of caramel, Michael Chabon, and Wii (which I know nothing about). I've decided that Daniel Nayeri's articles are bound to make me very, very hungry.
Starting today, you can look for a new edition of The Curator every Friday. Here's the table of contents for edition #2:
Caramel is the saddest thing.
Shutting Up Our Inner Censors
Michael Chabon, blogging, writer’s block, and learning to speak the truth.
Wii Are the World
Can a video game help us regain community?
She Spoke to Silence
Vassar Miller: beauty, humor, and poetry in the physically broken.
Now, please excuse me as I dive into Curator-reading and the laundry while we still have electricity. The only fun within Ike's "cone of uncertainty" is that my brother is gonna spend the night. I hope our power will behave so the three of us can watch There Will Be Blood - you know, a dark story along with dark weather. Seems fitting. Enough with the hurricanes already.