Kohler Arts Center

One of my favourite galleries in the world is located an hour north of Milwaukee in Sheboygan, Wisconsin: the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Dedicated to contemporary art with an emphasis on outsider art, the Kohler Arts Center consistently puts on exhibitions that are surprising, strange, beautiful, and most of all delightful.

It also has the best washrooms.

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Winter reading mini-review dump: chonkers edition

Mini-reviews of some of the books I’ve read in early winter 2019, including four chonkers of 400+ pages. Richard Powers, Hilary Mantel, Sarah Waters, Dorothy Sayers, and Louise Erdrich. Spoilers for everything.

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Winter reading mini-review dump

Their love, for the world and each other, is an act of reverent attention. The same is true of Jansson’s prose.

Mini-reviews of some of the books I’ve read in winter 2018; mostly yelling about how much I love Tove Jansson. Also includes Ursula K. Le Guin and Takashi Hiraide.

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The Earthsea cycle reread: The Farthest Shore and Tehanu

I’m here to make the case that Tehanu actually fits better into the original trilogy than its final volume, The Farthest ShoreThe third entry in a series of blog posts I’m writing as I reread my favorite fantasy series, Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea cycle.

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