Emergency Roadside Reading Materials

By Communications Office Mon, July 9, 2007
Brian Doyle published a piece in yesterday's issue of the Oregonian on the sorts of materials people keep in their cars "in case of reading emergencies and unforeseen opportunities." Doyle asked around and compiled a truly interesting list of responses, including a "great poet" carrying a copy of Teddy Bear of Bumpkin Hollow and a man in Vermont with a scuba diving manual. Read the whole thing here .
The stuff of poetry?
The stuff of poetry?

Comments

Wow I remember that book from when I was just a kid. Talk about a flashback!
Mike - Philadelphia Sun, February 08, 2009
That is true poetry man.
seiska - TA Fri, September 11, 2009

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