My name is Peter Stephens, and I’ve been at this blog for time out of mind.
By way of introduction, I’ve assembled thirteen posts that focus, one way or another, on slow reading. This collection of posts by six writers serves as the blog’s introduction and suggests a few of the social, creative, educational, oral, literary, spiritual, poetic, and sensual sides of slow reading. Here are links to them:
The art of reading, by Dave Bonta
Bedtime poetry, by me
Conversations with poems, by Satya Robyn
Cross-referencing, by me
East Coker on the rebind, by me
How to mark a book, by me
How to read slowly, by Robert J. Ray
The leisure of bygone readings, by me
Our sardonic Lord, by me
Poetry & sacred reading, by me
Reading like writers, by me
Slow reader, by Teju Cole
Slow reading, by John Miedema
As for me, I was a trial lawyer and then a church worker. For the past decade, I’ve been a Virginia high school English teacher.