Choice Cuts of Lamb
Lulu.com, Sep 30, 2008 - 273 pages
CHOICE CUTS OF LAMB is an anthology of essays on every subject under the sun, from mothers to fathers, from god to Santa Claus, from life in the city to life in the suburbs, or the country, from traveling far-and-wide, to staying at home. It contains two fascinating interviews, one with Brian Basset, creator of the widely syndicated cartoon strip, Adam@Home, and another with the late lamented, much mourned French Mime, Marcel Marceau. Among the many illustrations (mostly old family photographs) is a caricature of author Cate Garrison when she was theater critic for Willamette Week, an alternative newspaper from Portland, Oregon, sketched by that astonishing artist Bill Papas, whose untimely death by drowning, a decade or so ago, left us reeling. All but one of these pieces were first published in the monthly publication, Black Lamb, "a magazine for readers."
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Adam aunt ball Basset Bill Oddie Black Lamb can’t cartoonist Chaplin Christmas couldn’t couple course Deschutes River despite didn’t Doku eyes famous father favorite feel felt friends girl give grandfather Gratzer hate he’s High Desert husband I’ve Jim Chee kids kiss Lady Margaret Hall Larry David least live look Magnificent Seven Marcel Marceau Michael Palin miles mime molecular gastronomy morning mother mountain mystery never once one’s Oregon ourselves partner perhaps person play realize remember restaurant river seemed sense simply sleep smile someone stand story street Su Doku suddenly sure talking tell there’s thing thought tiny Tony Hillerman turn walk watch wear week What’s woman wonder Woody Allen word write young