6 January 2006 - Friday

Reading list

You're a Surrealist. You have a Mexican jumping bean. What do you do with it? (Via The Valve)

Miriam Burstein examines the nature of truth-telling in historical fiction.

OCLC staff member George Needham thinks library fines should be eliminated.

The Economist is talking about the world's greatest pranks -- and asking for nominations for the best. (Via A&LD)

Rick Shenkman of HNN is bringing us highlights from the American Historical Association's annual meeting in Philadelphia. You can hear HNN's podcast interviews with leading historians.

The history bloggers at the convention, by the way, have a roundtable session all their own on Saturday morning.

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