Monday Reader -- Reading Worth the Read

I've just now returned from a relaxing weekend in London. We didn't do much of anything but had an incredible time doing it. I now fly into London Gatwick, which gives me the opportunity to walk from London Bridge to Canary Wharf. The walk takes me about an hour and a half at a very fast pace. Friday was cloudy but not rainy, so I took the Thames Path home. This morning was beautiful. Sunny. Here's the bench I took a rest on and read--and this time listened to--the following links. Starting with a great article on the state of art . . .

Damien Hirst and the great art market heist from the Guardian

Dan Powell's "Her Hands Like My Hands" at Fleeting Magazine (not for children)

Mumford and Sons

"Perishable" by Sheldon Lee Compton at Fictionaut

Something Just for Fun

Yes, today is not all about reads, but these were a few of the places I landed while resting.

I must be off,


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