Legion. An amalgamated journal.

Amongst the April Showers


Today is April 12, 2008, the 103rd day of a scrofulous year. The Harvard Square Association held its Bookish Ball to celebrate “a place of books and bookstores, of public learning and public discourse, of important anniversaries and as a community that treasures the printed word.” Meanwhile, readers in India faced the possibility of a shrinking media market due to inflating paper prices. The National Weather Service issued a Special Weather Statement cautioning that “heavy rains may flood low lying areas such as ditches and underpasses”; the Globe cautioned aristocrats everywhere that new voters will flood the upcoming primaries. The Guardian noted that the proliferation of video websites is straining the capacity of the Internet, and did so in video form. A bomb exploded in southern Iran, killing at least eight. The U.S. military finished up its bloodiest week in Iraq year-to-date. Flowers were found to be slowly losing their fragrance.

Garrett Dash Nelson

April 12th, 2008 at 5:05 pm