I heard a story on the BBC while driving that sparked my imagination. Later, in California I saw a road sign that inspired me and gave me another idea and it all sort of gelled into one.
Nick Hirst – 27 August 2015 Continue reading
Many of the greatest works of literature – Emily Dickinson’s and Gerard Manley Hopkins’s poetry, John Kennedy Toole’s “A Confederacy of Dunces” – didn’t make it past the slush piles of their times, and it is only by a fortunate concatenation of circumstances that we have them. We don’t know what other great writing has been lost forever.
Patrick Murtha – 25 August 2015 Continue reading
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Drawing Breath by Laurie Boris
Dead(ish) by Naomi Kramer
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