Ah, the bookshelf. A writer’s most prized possession. This week Sundress Publications is showing our bookshelf love by inviting you all to snoop around our bookshelves and learn the back story on all the odds and ends that make our shelves, well, uniquely ours.
The bookshelf was built by Andrew’s grandfather and has been used by at least three generations for the storage of books, etc. As you can see in the pictures, the shelf occupies a space on top of the dinner table. Although this arrangement was necessitated by the tight spaces the apartment affords, it has now become my opinion that every dinner table should also have a bookshelf. It makes one feel so f’ing literary! Also, it brings every row of books up to eye-level, forcing you to consider each row of possibilities instead of having that one bottom row of shit you no longer want to look at, but can’t bring yourself to dump off at the used bookstore.
- The Wardrobe’s Best Dressed: FROM THE LAKE HOUSE: A Mother’s Odyssey of Loss and Love by Kristen Rademacher - September 23, 2020
- The Wardrobe’s Best Dressed: FROM THE LAKE HOUSE: A Mother’s Odyssey of Loss and Love by Kristen Rademacher - September 22, 2020
- Project Bookshelf with Emmalee Hagarman - September 21, 2020