Camila Domonoske

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From Foreign Garb To Fashion Fad, Pajamas Have Traveled Far

Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Persian and Indian garment was brought home by British colonials and made stylish for women by French designers. At first, PJs were seen as a cultural challenge to the American use of nightshirts.


Poetic Take On Black Boxer Lands Punches With Broad Appeal

Friday, April 11, 2014

Boxing has long laid bare American tensions around race. Artists like Adrian Matejka, whose latest book of poetry is based on the life of Jack Johnson, take the conversation outside the ring.


For Poetry Month, We're Taking To Twitter — And We Want Your Help

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

April is National Poetry Month, and as part of Code Switch's celebration, we'd like to make a poem with the help of our readers. Poet Kima Jones will be curating lines of verse you submit on Twitter.


Infectious Collections: Stories And Poems To Convert Any Reader

Thursday, December 19, 2013

If you rarely pick up stories or verse, here's a handy guide to some of 2013's best collections. Whether you tend toward family dramas, biographies, gritty journalism or darkly comic novels, we've got a book for you — and it just might turn you into a story lover or poetry addict.


Digital Scrapbook Collects Rock-Star Authors' Memories

Monday, June 17, 2013

If any story screams out for a multimedia e-book treatment, it's the tale of The Rock Bottom Remainders, a small band of best-selling authors — including Amy Tan, Dave Barry and Stephen King — who yowled out rock standards. Hard Listening is a digital scrapbook about their years as musicians.


Spy Novel Meets Game In Flawed (But Beautiful) New E-Book

Sunday, May 26, 2013

The Thirty-Nine Steps, John Buchan's 1915 spy thriller, has been reborn as an "interactive novel." Part book, part game, the digital adaptation is innovative and gorgeous, but comes with a set of frustrations.


A Cartoon Tribute To Cats, And The Poets Who Loved Them

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

As National Poetry Month comes to a close, cartoonist Francesco Marciuliano sketches his way through three centuries of cat-loving poets from Christopher Smart's sacred mouser to Margaret Atwood's yellow-eyed feline companion.


Just In Time For Poetry Month, Four Fantastic Books Of Verse

Saturday, April 27, 2013

April is National Poetry Month, and what better way to celebrate than with new books? This month brings us a reissue of Hayden, a retranslation of Dante, a gathering of estimable poems from the past quarter-century and a new collection with a camera-eye view of the world.


Homemade Peeps, And More Easter Treats, A La Thomas Keller

Friday, March 29, 2013

The renowned chef may be famous for his Michelin-star-winning restaurants, but he also runs a string of gourmet bakeries. He shares some favorite confections for Easter, with recipes for hot cross buns, marshmallow eggs and carrot muffins.


'Drunken Botanist' Takes A Garden Tour Of The Liquor Cabinet

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

An incredible diversity of grains, herbs and fruits goes into the world's alcoholic drinks, as writer Amy Stewart explains. Her new book describes the plants behind cocktails and other boozy beverages and features drink recipes and growing instructions.