Just in time for my appearance at Green Bay’s Untitled Town book festival, the folks over at Volume One posted an excerpt from Montaigne in Barn Boots (the focus of this event) that arose from many things including 16th century French philosophy, but even more so, mi familia. Read the excerpt here.
Kitty may or may not attend.
Mike recently spoke with Contemplify host Paul Swanson. You can listen here or on iTunes. TOPICS I’ll Find a Way by the Blind Boys of Alabama Louis L’Amour Books The Bible All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque How to Live: Or A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer…View post
Thanks to Carlo LePage for the following photo, which we add to our ongoing series of “nonhumans with books” photos.
Leveraging meaningless coincidence for a self-promotional post: Today is Michel de Montaigne’s 485th birthday. I wrote a book about Montaigne and I wrote a book called Population 485.