Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Not until they were past 90 did Roz Chast’s parents admit they were aging. (Of course, all of us are aging all the time, but hey, can’t we talk about something more pleasant?)

“Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?” is available from the library in hardcover.

Chast, a New Yorker cartoonist and an […]

About Carol Luers Eyman

Carol Luers Eyman is the outreach and community services coordinator at the Nashua Public Library. After graduating from Kirkland College, she earned a master’s of education and a certificate in technical communication from the University of Massachusetts.

One Hundred Names For Love

After I reviewed My Stroke of Insight a few months ago, a colleague suggested that I read Diane Ackerman’s One Hundred Names for Love.

The book is a biography, written by his wife, about accomplished author Paul West, who suffered a severe stroke in the linguistic left hemisphere. Diane is a famous author as […]

About Inga Dellea-Messner

Library Assistant Inga Dellea-Messner grew up in Windham and Hudson. She worked at the Rodgers Memorial Library for seven years before becoming a library assistant at the Nashua Public Library. On her way to earning her bachelor’s degree from Keene State, she spent five months studying French in Bretagne (Brittany).