The consequences of not understanding the legal and regulatory requirements can be severe, and the legal principle of ignorantia juris non excusat or “ignorance of the law does not excuse” applies in archival enterprise just as it does elsewhere in society.
El aparato consistía en una varilla de cobra incrustada en una horqueta de guayabo, el precio incluía las instrucciones prácticas.
Chicago artist and 3D raconteur Tom Burtonwood is showing off his latest project â a 3D-printed book of six sculptural reliefs produced using 123D Catch, including an awesome colossal Olmec head fr…
The trailer for reclusive genius Thomas Pynchon’s new novel BLEEDING EDGE is out. We’ve watched it twice now, and are still sitting here blinking in disbelief.
Share your conspiracy theories here as to what on earth we just watched. In the meantime, place your hold now on the book.
Geoffrey Thorndike Martin delivers a public Egyptology lecture
Wednesday, September 4th at 7pm
Oriental Institute Museum, 1155 E. 58th Street, Chicago
Maureen Foley reads from her new book, Women Float
Thursday, September 5th at 7pm
Quimby’s Bookstore, 1854 W. North Ave, Chicago
Julia Keller reads from her new book, Bitter River
Friday, September 6th at 7pm
Women & Children First, 5233 N. Clark Street, Chicago
Interior of the Public Library of Cincinnati || 1874
In honor of the publication of MaddAddam, we’re taking a day to celebrate Margaret Atwood! Check out this post she wrote about the books she can’t resist!
Here’s the line-up:
Get a sampling of stories about the inimitable Ms. Atwood in this special edition of Critical Linking
A Reading Pathway tells you where to start if you’ve never read Margaret Atwood
Don’t know which Atwood book to read next? There’s a flowchart for that.
Review GPA tells you how MaddAddam is faring with critics
Live from the Edinburgh Book Festival, Margaret Atwood talks monsters, darkness, and Twilight
In Talking to Strangers About Margaret Atwood, Jenn Northington recalls sharing The Handmaid’s Tale on World Book Night
Did The Handmaid’s Tale ruin you for dystopias? You’re not alone.
Jeanette Solomon digs deep to explore why she is intimidated to write about Margaret Atwood
11th grade teacher Josh Croman explains how he defended his choice to teach The Handmaid’s Tale
If you only know her novels, don’t miss Margaret Atwood’s poetry and short fiction
We love this all-things-Atwood round-up. (Especially the flowchart.) MaddAddam is one of our New Favorites, too.
Reserve your copy of MaddAddam now!
What your curtains are up to while you’re out and about…