Joined: Sep 13, 2016
Lela Nargi is an author, editor, and veteran journalist living in a leafy corner of Brooklyn with a depressed rabbit and a lot of houseplants.
If you have a really weird last name, they'll love you.
Librarians can help you with everything from finding your next great read to filling out your taxes. But they have a couple of patron pet peeves—and at least one involves bacon.
Spoiler: The answer is not "aliens." It's never aliens.
Some of them work underwater—and some out in space.
That tapered Christmas tree silhouette? It takes a lot of work.
“I can’t tell you how many times people have said, ‘I have a cut on my arm, should I put moldy bread on it?’”
Seen close-up and head-on, an illusion-knitted wall hanging might look like a mundane collection of stripes gently snagged by cat claws.
Familiarize yourself with some heady math concepts by way of soothing knitting and crocheting projects.