Posts Tagged: Tom Hanks

Notable San Francisco: 12/14–12/20

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Wednesday 12/14: McSweeney’s presents Emily Carr (Whosoever Has Let a Minotaur Enter Them, or a Sonnet). Free, 7 p.m., Alley Cat Books.

Michael Chabon reads from his new book, Moonglow. Free, 7 p.m., Diesel, A Bookstore.

Thursday 12/15: Poet and “political researcher” Peter Dale Scott reads.

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A Man’s ABCs of Miscarriage

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I once heard the only thing faster than the speed of light is the speed of thought, and I wonder if simply thinking about Sawyer’s sister until my head hurts could get us to the place we fear talking about. ...more

You’ve Got Mail and the Internet of Ordinary People

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You’ve Got Mail was one of the first movies to depict the Internet as it affects the lives of ordinary users. ...more

Apollo Revisited

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Tom Hanks (yeah, that one), lands his short fiction debut over at the New Yorker:

I’ve been around great storytellers all my life and, like an enthusiastic student, I want to tell some of my own. And I read so much nonfiction that the details stack up in my head and need a rearranging sometimes.

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