The Keep Going Tour is winding down. Next week I’m in Houston, Dallas, and Iowa City. Come out and bring a friend!
Here are 10 things I thought were worth sharing this week:
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- Working with time.
- David Bowie’s advice to artists: “Go a little out of your depth.”
- It’s a bittersweet thing when I retire a pocket notebook.
- How has Danielle Steel written 179 books?
- Conan O’Brien on why he decided to settle a lawsuit over joke stealing.
- A nice appreciation of Mary Oliver: “Attention is the beginning of devotion.” (Remember: “You do not have to be good.”)
- “Teach em’ or learn ’em?” (For me, this is sort of an existential question.)
- Eye candy: a visit to artist John T. Unger’s studio.
- Ear candy: Saint-Saëns’ “The Swan.”
- Everything is walking distance... if you have the time.
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