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Between the Lines

A blog devoted to intelligent, opinionated booklovers and their bewildering array of idiosyncrasies

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“You there, varlet! Why so blithe?”jkneilsonKB

Fri, 15 Nov 2013 00:30:48 +0000

Meet Kevin Brooks, Chief Marketing Officer at FoodLink, a 10-year old startup that provides supply chain software solutions to help growers, shippers and retailers in the fresh food industry. The role takes Kevin into Salinas quite often — the heart of the U.S. produce industry and home to many of California’s most significant agriculture companies. On […](image)

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Hannah Schwartzjkneilson20100904_0970--B&Wloot

Sun, 17 Oct 2010 20:10:24 +0000

Recently, Between the Lines had a very good reason to roll back the stone and amble about in cyber-space like a liver-spotted Lazarus in too-tight walking shorts. If you recoil at the image, don’t blame me. Blame today’s guest, who just happens to frequent my favorite coffee shop in the world, though I’ve never personally […](image)

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Sat, 17 Apr 2010 15:45:26 +0000

When Between the Lines (BtL) launched in July, 2009, I had big dreams. I imagined it would become as wildly popular as Avatar or Glee, or at least as widely snickered at as Jesse James, a.k.a. The Vanilla Gorilla. (I wonder, can Vanilla sign I’m sorry like Koko?) Alas, BtL hasn’t gained any celebrity at […](image)

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E-R-I-Kjkneilsonquestion, eriklasso

Thu, 15 Apr 2010 03:23:00 +0000

You have no clue how difficult it was for me to land this week’s guest. He’s elusive like a snow leopard. Mongths ago, we exchanged a few non-threatening e-mails, but I must have ultimatley frightened him because he bolted for the treeline—and was gone. But when your quarry is a rockstar in J.M. Coetzee scholarship who, like Sting […](image)

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Read for a ChangejkneilsonsallyEvasion_cover12098

Sat, 10 Apr 2010 00:49:15 +0000

Sally Weigle is a sophomore at DePaul Univeristy. She made her writing debut last fall with the novella Too Young to Fall Asleep. Besides reading and writing, she enjoys iced coffee, floral prints, and walking around bare foot. For more on Sally, please visit her website, where her published writings can be found. Who are you? I […](image)

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