I want to thank all of you for your submissions to this week’s carnival. A reminder that the Tenth Edition of the Literature Carnival will fall one day before William Shakespeare’s birthday. For the April 22 edition of the Carnival, please submit your Shakespeare-themed posts, and let me know if submissions received well before then should be saved for the Shakespeare edition.
In book reviews this week, we have Grrlscientist’s thoughts on Darwin: Discovering the Tree of Life at Living the Scientific Life, Jonathan Dresner’s review of The Apprentice by Lewis Libby at Frog in a Well and my own review of Lev Grossman’s Codex here at Much Madness is Divinest Sense.
Did you know the Internet had a patron saint? Check out Sylvia’s series on St. Isidore of Seville starting with “Isidori Hispalensis Episcopi: Patron of the Internet” at Bookworm.
Tanya Abramovitch talks about her weekend reading in “Weight” over at the Library Girl.
Edward Champion reports that Joyce Carol Oates is “hang[ing] up the boots and giv[ing her] wrists a rest” at Edward Champion’s Return of the Reluctant.
David Weinberger of Joho the Blog is wondering how we sort our books. Do piles count as sorting, I wonder?
OK, folks, see you in two weeks with the tenth edition devoted to William Shakespeare. Don’t forget to make your submissions for inclusion.