Friday, September 5, 2003

Friday September 5, 2003

Filed under: General — Tags: — m759 @ 3:28 PM

Recommended Reading

       for Cullinane College:

“The Talented form their own society and that’s as it should be: birds of a feather.  No, not birds.  Winged horses!  Ha!  Yes, indeed. Pegasus… the poetic winged horse of flights of fancy.  A bloody good symbol for us.  You’d see a lot from the back of a winged horse…”

To Ride Pegasus, by Anne McCaffrey.

“Born in Cambridge, MA, on April Fool’s Day 1926 (‘I’ve tried very hard to live up to being an April-firster,’ she quips), McCaffrey graduated from Radcliffe College in 1947.”

 — School Library Journal

Born on March 9, 1947, in Christchurch, Keri Hulme won the Pegasus Prize for her Maori novel, The Bone People.

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