Saturday, November 27, 2004

Even Winter Isn't so Bad

when the possibility of this looms on the chilly horizon. Many people can't stand Garrison Keillor, but when he can put together a program that brings authors like Robert Bly and Donald Hall, Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman, Sandra Cisneros and Joy Harjo, Michael Cunningham and Marie Howe, and Dana Gioia and Kay Ryan to this neck of the woods, then one can't help but at least admire the man. I doubt that I will be attending all of them, but I'll make at least one, maybe two. The hard part is deciding which ones.