We were a little delayed at the airport tonight, but I had two great pieces to help pass the time:
- Paul Haggis vs The Church of Scientology in The New Yorker. I know it’s long (helps to print this one out), but both my husband and I found it fascinating.
- Consumed in Outdoor Magazine. It’s the riveting true story whitewater kayaker Hendrik Coetzee who rode the wildest rivers in Africa up until December 2010. I think it’s safe to assume a film adaptation will be in the works.
On the novel front, I just started Marilynne Robinson’s novel, Housekeeping. Robinson currently teaches at the University of Iowa Writer’s Workshop (hence my bias) and won me over with her 2008 novel, Home.
So. What are you all reading? What should I spend some time with tomorrow?