Posts Tagged ‘stranger than fiction’

“Nothing ever happens.”

Friday, January 21st, 2011

This is the first installment of what I might call Litblogging Wis Frvr or something like that. Sort of an anthology-in-progress.

The Book: A Spiritual Instrument
by Stéphane Mallarmé

I am the author of a statement to which there have been varying reactions, including praise and blame, and which I shall make again in the present article. Briefly, it is this: all earthly existence must ultimately be contained in a book. (more…)

Zealot vs. Rattail

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Apparently this is//all over//everywhere,
but I don’t have TV so I dunno nothing much.

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Stranger Than Fiction?

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

Sorry, this is funny. Good spirit. But funny.

Song of the day? Converge? Trying to figure out the perspective here. On a Wallace review video for the recent Pale King excerpt he talks about how you can mention “DFW” at a hipster party when people are talking about “hipster lit” like Bolano and Lispector. F’real?

Thoughts?