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DOUBLE MOON: CONSTRUCTIONS & CONVERSATIONS by Margo Klass and Frank Soos » RATTLE: Poetry for the 21st Century
DOUBLE MOON: CONSTRUCTIONS & CONVERSATIONS
by Margo Klass and Frank Soos
Quote of the Day
Not the “only” art, but certainly the one to which this happens most often.
Sarah Palin Misinterprets Robert Frost – Culture – The Atlantic
It’s not as if Palin is the only one who misuses this particular quotation, of course… but most of us aren’t angling to become President of the United States.
“Piss-Avant Post-Ahole Langpo Cambridge avanti” and “avantgarblers” make this post worth the (free) cost of admission.
Super Punch: New Neal Stephenson project
“The Mongoliad is a sort of serialized story, created by Neal Stephenson, and written by Neal, Greg Bear, Nicole Galland, Mark Teppo, and a number of other great authors. It will be told via custom apps on iPad, iPhone, Kindle, and Android, and will be something of an experiment in post-book publishing and storytelling.”
48 Hour Magazine
Here’s how it works: Issue Zero begins May 7th. We’ll unveil a theme and you’ll have 24 hours to produce and submit your work. We’ll take the next 24 to snip, mash and gild it. The end results will be a shiny website and a beautiful glossy paper magazine, delivered right to your old-fashioned mailbox. We promise it will be insane.
Martin Gardner, 1914-2010 | HiLobrow
A brief interview with Martin Gardner (RIP)
The Elements of Living Lightly | Zen Habits
More good advice… my judgmental nature is killing me
kindfully + mindfully | Zen Habits
The No. 1 Habit of Highly Creative People | Zen Habits
Solitude… yes, you need it. No, you probably don’t get enough of it.
Translating Sex | Online Only | Granta Magazine
on translting Roberto Bolaño’s work…
How to Save the News (James Fallows, Atlantic)
“Everyone knows that Google is killing the news business. Few people know how hard Google is trying to bring it back to life, or why the company now considers journalism’s survival crucial to its own prospects…”
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