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A Fuse #8 Production
Inside A Fuse #8 Production

Fusenews: Blink and you’ll miss it

AnneGablesWedding

Hey all!  Before I dive into the oddities of the world in which we live, I just wanted to give a bit of a shout out to two distinct groups that allowed me to sprawl my librarian self all over their respective gatherings.  First up, credit and love to Nancy Castaldo and all the folks [...]

Fusenews: Though wouldn’t you rather read “Bertie & Psmith”?

PigeonHamlet

Before we begin I would like to have a few words with the publishers on behalf of catalogers nationwide. Ahem. Hi, guys.  How’s it going?  Heckuva weird weather we’ve had lately, right?  Yeah . . . so . . . here’s the thing.  You know how you’ve been rereleasing a couple classic children’s books recently [...]

Top 100 Children’s Novels #8: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery

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#8 Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery (1908) 182 points Oh how I wanted to be Anne Shirley growing up! I could relate to her so much-I was imaginative and had a temper to match, so I always felt as though Anne was a kindred spirit. And who wouldn’t want to end up with [...]

Video Sunday: “And to prove it she bisected three young tourists from Utrecht”

JoanofArc

Can’t tell you my relief when I realized that this was entirely on-topic.  I have Educating Alice to thank for this.  I listened to the video first and found myself thinking, “That sounds like Neil Gaiman.”  And then, “That singing voice sounds, in fact, PRECISELY like Neil Gaiman.”  Well, it is.  The creator of this [...]

Fusenews: Of gigs and dreck

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Comic book bloggers and children’s literature bloggers are two sides of the same coin.  Our interests often run parallel.  The degree to which the academic world regards us is fairly similar (though admittedly we get to have Norton Anthologies while they are sorely lacking any such distinction).  I don’t read my comic book blogs as [...]