Posts tagged ‘Sylvia Plath’

July 21, 2013

Sunday Roundup – July 21

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and the heat has broken and we can all breathe again. Good.

A reminder that Best of Fringe is happening up at Toronto Centre for the Arts – it’s a great lineup and I’m especially proud that It’s Always You is part of it – three shows only so best to get your tickets!

This week –

Fringe Roundup

Why Folks are Liking Us and What We’re Using Social Media-wise

When Junk E-mail  Isn’t, or New Friends at Taipei National University of the Arts

 

A couple of summer reads to recommend – The Poisoner’s Handbook, which is a little like CSI for the Jazz Age, and Pain, Parties, Work  a great book that chronicles the month that Sylvia Plath spent as a guest editor for Mademoiselle magazine.

From a business perspective, I’ve been reading Sacred Cows Make the Best  Burgers  which I think is fantastic. (Of course she does, you say, we know how she feels about meetings.) I’m spending a lot of August focusing on my business and I am fortunate enough to have a great deal of experiences, ideas and essentially case studies to look at over the past year. I’m curious to know what, in arts and culture, are our sacred cows (paper press kits come to mind) and how they can be – burgerized. I’ll be bugging some of you at some point for your thoughts.

Not today though – it’s a beautiful summer day. Go enjoy!

 

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