How to Talk about Sea Monsters

senseabKeir alerted me to an item from yesterday’s New York Times, “How to Discuss ‘Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters’.”  Among the questions proposed in the discussion guide for the latest Jane Austen/horror mash-up:

Have you ever been attacked by giant lobsters, either literally of figuratively?

 What would be worse: being eaten by a shark or consumed by the acidic stomach juice of a sand-shambling man-o’-war?

For those of you who are waiting in breathless anticipation for Sea Monsters to be released on September 15,  here’ s the book trailer. 

  

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Mary Ellen Quinn is the author of the Historical Dictionary of Librarianship (2014), the former editor of Reference Books Bulletin, and a long-time contributing writer to Booklist.

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  2. Thanks so much for posting the book trailer – I am in breathless anticipation of the book’s release. These horror mashup are such wonderful fun!

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