Bookish

Author Nina Sankovich, seated with a book in her lap and books all around her.
Jan 24, 2022 Large Image
Author Nina Sankovich, J84, once embarked on a self-healing journey to read a book a day for a year. Today, her devotion to stories continues.
Detail of a painting of many Black men in striped clothing with hat and sledgehammer. Tufts philosophy professor Erin Kelly helps bring artist Winfred Rembert’s story to the page—a tale of loss, hardship, and resilience
Dec 14, 2021 Large Image
Bookish: Philosophy professor Erin Kelly helps bring artist Winfred Rembert’s story to the page—a tale of loss, hardship, and resilience
Man sitting on grass in front of building
Oct 5, 2021 Large Image
Writing isn’t just about producing—it’s about sitting in the stillness of overlooked spaces, says Simon Han
Erik Hoel. “The Revelations,” a fictional foray into the nature of consciousness, was shaped by his neuroscience research and his readings of “Moby Dick” and “The Name of the Rose”
Jun 8, 2021 Large Image
“The Revelations,” a fictional foray into the nature of consciousness, was shaped by author Erik Hoel’s career as a neuroscientist—and by “Moby Dick”
Gregory Maguire at the front door to his home. The “Wicked” author reflects on a lifelong fascination with children’s books and the powerful sway of stories for younger—and older—readers
Mar 4, 2021 Large Image
“Wicked” author Gregory Maguire, AG90, reflects on a lifelong fascination with children’s books and the powerful sway of stories for younger—and older—readers

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