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Holiday Reading

If you’ve been thinking that I haven’t been posting as much as usual lately, you’re right. A combination of new initiatives (watch for a new newsletter, Booklist Online REaD ALERT, in early January) and sleep deprivation (I’ve been talking to my younger son about this) have taken a toll on my blogging. I’m hoping this will be a short-lived situation. Although I am taking all of next week off.

As I depart for the bosom of my family, please accept this humble holiday gift of–me. (I know, I know, even tinsel and ribbons can’t disguise Shameless Self-Promotion.) I have a short story, “If You Should Have Any Need at All,” in the Chicago Reader‘s annual fiction issue. And if you should have any need for a little Graff prose next week…well, here you go.

(Cool illustration by Jon Adams.)



About the Author:

Keir Graff is Executive Editor of Booklist Publications and the author of five books. His most recent is the middle-grade novel, The Other Felix (2011). Follow him on Twitter at @Booklist_Keir.

3 Comments on "Holiday Reading"

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  1. That cartoon doesn’t do you justice. You are way cuter in person. Merry, Happy, Jolly and Fruitcake!

  2.' Pete says:

    Nice story – at first darkly comic, finishing with a very grim twist.

  3. Keir says:

    From dark to grim…I have quite a range, don’t I? Thanks, Pete!

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