I'm rereading Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises for the first time in many, many years. There are problems with it. The brief observation below about one of Bill Gorton's better lines is in no way meant to mitigate other issues with the text. "Ought not to daunt you. Never be daunted. Secret of my … Continue reading Bill Gorton on Being Daunted: A Twitter Bio for the Lost Generation
Last night, I read: "The Woman Who Rode Away" by DH Lawrence The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway, Chapters 1 - 3. If anyone would like to talk about either of those selections, please do comment below. Yesterday, I revised (tried to re-see) a poem I've been working on and got to what I … Continue reading Last Night’s Reading, Yesterday’s Writing
Literature Map says: What else do readers of [any other famous author] read? The closer two writers are, the more likely someone will like both of them. Click on any name to travel along. Did it map you right?
Sadly, no, DC's relaunch does NOT include a new line of He-Man books in the classic continuity. DC did do a He-Man miniseries in 1983, which I now proudly own in its entirely thanks to my LCS (local comic store) and one Alexander Hamilton. Dropped in on the LCS yesterday to ask if they were … Continue reading Will DC’s Relaunch Mean More Sales? (And He-Man Comics from the 80s).
Every now and then, the highly esteemed Shawn Rosler drops something on my Facebook wall that amazes, confounds, and renders me generally useless with fanboy delight. Maybe it's something about Noel Gallagher or Ken Burns. And maybe, just maybe, it's a link to an old-school-NES-style game based on The Great Gatsby. Earlier today, I Facebook-officially … Continue reading Great Gatsby Video Game Lets You Party Like It’s 1929
I don't know what anaologsoul is, but I like the sound of it. Image source here. Found via StumbleUpon.
This image was produced last August, so I do wonder if e-books have gotten any greener since then. Image source here.