Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Every week we ask our Tators bookish questions. This week's question is:
Who are three authors you'd most like to have dinner with (living or dead)?
Alive: Patrick Ness, George R.R. Martin, Sherman Alexie
Dead: Carson McCullers, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Dorothy Parker
Samuel Clemens, hands down. There’s no way there would be a dull moment. Nate Silver because then I could pick his brain about politics and statistics. And Mary Roach because she’s charming, funny, and deeply curious.
Malcom Gladwell, Nate Silver and Clive Cussler
Christopher Moore, Anne Rice, and Barbara Kingsolver
Jenny Lawson, Kevin Hearne and Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens). There would be booze and curse words involved and that spells great dinner party. I wonder what Twain would say to alcoholic Otter pops?
V.C. Andrews, Edgar Allen Poe and ... hmmm Marquis de Sade to keep the conversation interesting.
Who would you have dinner with?
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