A reading list for “the most deadly pandemic in human history”
We enjoyed the @nhassenfeld theme song and just about everything else in the opening episode of @mobydickenergy, a new podcast hosted by @chick_in_kiev
For pleasure or as a spiritual discipline, bird-watching is “a lesson in respect and humility”
(Re)introducing the “decidedly unsentimental and modern” Constance Fenimore Woolson
Henry A. May, “Influenza on a Troopship”
Coming attractions: The Booksellers offers a fascinating tour of the rare book world
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