A Halfway-to-Labor-Day Ode (with titles for feeding your summer reading)
Traveling the summer 2013 highway,
we’ve just passed a big mile marker: Independence Day.
Some of us suggest half the summer still lies ahead;
others gloomily assert, “The summer is half dead.”
Summer, we’d hoped, with its tranquil pace held such promise.
Have we accomplished all that we had planned? Be honest.
Before guilt, regret or panic your thoughts start leading.
There’s still time; refresh your spirit with summer reading.
Portrait of a Spy,
Snow White Must Die,
White Dog Fell From the Sky
(Find out) How It All Began;
All I Did Was Shoot My Man
Live by Night,
(and) Ghost Lights
Bay of Fires,
(and) The Girl Who Played With Fire
The Chalk Girl
The Poacher’s Son,
The Smart One,
Carry the One
A Painted House,
The Yellow House,
The Red House,
The Round House,
Habits of the House
Just a sample of titles here, to give you the gist,
This video shows you how to find the complete list.
Gerald Dierkes is an information services specialist for the Information and Research Assistance team, senior copyeditor for the Communication and Publications team, and a liaison to the Department of Theater.
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