+ I’ve been meaning to read Haruki Murakami’s What I Talk About When I Talk About Running for years. Maybe since it’s publication in 2009. I finally read it this week and loved it. For runners, writers or Murakami lovers, this one I will read and re-read for a while.
+ Have you heard about Creative Mornings? It’s a breakfast lecture series for the creative community and they’re in quite a few cities around the world. Take a look because if it’s not in your city, you can still watch the “lectures” online. The Nashville chapter just got started and the first guest was designer/decorator Ruthie Lindsey. Check her out, read her story.
+ Race, Culture and Poverty: The Path Forward by Ta-Nehisi Coates from The Atlantic
+ Are daily logbooks worth the work? by Sasha VanHoven from 99u
+ We Were Just Laughing: Days with Anja Niedringhaus and Kathy Gannon by Carlotta Gall from The New York Times blog / plus some of Anja’s amazing photographs via Buzzfeed
On my bookshelf:
Matt Tiabbi – The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap
Thomas Piketty – Capital in the Twenty-First Century
Edwidge Danticat – Claire of the Sea Light
Seth Godin – All Marketers are Liars
What are you reading?