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The Way We List Now

Hey, today’s Wall Street Journal has a great article about lists and mentions my upcoming book in the sidebar: “After finding a discarded grocery list outside a supermarket 10 years ago, St. Louis-based photographer Bill Keaggy began a collection, and he now has more than 1,000. His book is divided into chapters, like lists that seem to be for party preparations (chips, salsa, beer, paper plates) and “sad lists,” some of which include a lot of medications.”

The story might be behind the WSJ paywall, but you can read the sidebar that mentions the book at the Ventura County Star.