Saturday, March 28, 2015

Saturday Good Reads

Found under a parking lot a few centuries after his death, Richard III was reburied this week, and Carol Anne Duffy wrote an official poem for him. Peggy Rosenthal discovered doctors prescribing poems. There’s nothing like a writer to insult other writers, and an Aussie did an infographic to show how. And Andrew Solomon in The New Yorker has some advice for young writers that could apply not just to the young.


The Healing Arts: Doctors Prescribing Poems – Peggy Rosenthal at Image Journal.

Doulas – Seth Haines.

Body Treatment – Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

A Lament for Lost Words – Malcom Guite.

This World’s Work – John Blase at The Beautiful Due.

Every Prison Has Its Chapel – Diane Walker at Contemplative Photography.

Richard III on the occasion of his reburial – Carol Anne Duffy via The Guardian. And at the service at Leicester Cathedral, the poem is read by actor Benedict Cumberbatch.

A Poet's Purpose - Natasha Head at The Tashtoo Parlour.


When Papa Comes Running – Sandra Heska King for Jumping Tandem.



Hospitality and the Holy Imagination – Zach Franzen for Amongst Lovely Things.

The Middle of Things: Advice for Young Writers – Andrew Solomon at The New Yorker (Hat tip to Lyla Lindquist).


Ten interesting facts about the London Blitz you may not know - Londontopia.


Birds of Paradise – Timothy Good at Photography by Tiwago.


Famous Writers’ Insults – Infographic by Aussie Writer.

“Here We Go” by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors.

Top photograph by Rostislav Kralik via Public Domain Pictures. Used with permission.


David Rupert said...

That article by Ed was something

Maureen said...

Thank you for the mention, Glynn, and for the excellent roundup.

Mary Sayler said...

Interesting mix of articles, Glynn! Thanks. Other members of our Christian Poets & Writers group on Facebook will enjoy this too, so I'll highlight on

Sandra Heska King said...

Thanks so much for the highlight, Glynn! And for all the good reads.

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