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Not sure whether to call these somewhat cloying effusions quotidian or merely pedestrian. Written in the tradition of Hazlitt, EB White (One Man's Meat has been in print for 70... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Simon Barrett 'Il Penseroso'
A lot of fun!!!! Pleasant surprises in surprsing places!!!!Published 7 months ago by michael p. whitcher
What Madden is doing for the essay is simply unparalleled in our century. To compare him to Montaigne is a bit obvious, but to say he is perhaps Montaigne's twenty-first century... Read morePublished 7 months ago by emcibi
The essays found in Quotidiana by Patrick Madden celebrate the everyday and explore the spiritual/philosophical consequences of our everyday existences. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Anthony Joseph Pearce
Here’s the thing about Pat Madden: he’s incredible.
I instantly identified with him. I grew up loving music and looking into the nitty gritty of lyric meanings. Read more
A collection of essays about the mundane, which becomes not mundane at all when seen through the author's lens. A book that celebrates the everyday and turns it into art.Published 21 months ago by I. M. Poston.
Funny, erudite, seemingly wandering but always gently stitched, wide-ranging, witty, and a quiet clarity and lack of self-absorption that is a real pleasure to read. Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by Brian Doyle
We all have stories from our lives that we like to tell again and again--you know, those odd moments that were either the most embarrassing, funny, or horrifying times of our... Read morePublished on April 10, 2010 by Anna L. Staker