From the Kirk Center: Cathay: A Critical Editionby Ezra Pound,Edited by Timothy Billings.Fordham University Press, 2019.Hardcover, 364 pages, $35. The… Read more [Literature] Stuck With Pound
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Beware the Ides of March…But Why?? By Martin Stezano It’s unlikely even Shakespeare could have predicted…
Paul Bowles was uniquely gifted in how he portrayed his beloved Sahara Desert, as well as the stories who heard… Read more [Spoken Word] Paul Bowles – Black Star at the Point of Darkness
Guest blog post by Eli Coderoni Rigamonti, MLitt Theatre Studies, on placement in Archives and Special Collections. This article aims… Read more [Music/Literature] “Poetry About Everything, Words About Nothing”: a consideration on Edwin Morgan and John Cage’s approach to creativity. — University of Glasgow Library Blog
The Fire-writing, 1953 by J.R.R. Tolkien (1892–1973). From The Morgan Library & Museum’s exhibition “Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth.” via The Fire-writing… Read more [Literature] The Fire-writing — J.R.R. Tolkien — Biblioklept
Jorge Luis Borges is highlighted in this film directed by Philippe Molins and written by the nearly-as-profound author Alberto Manguel.
A holiday classic by American author O. Henry, courtesy of Project Gutenberg: One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all.… Read more [Literature] The Gift Of The Magi by O. Henry
They discharge the Hands and leave off for the Winter. At Christmastide, the Tavern down the Road from Harlands’ opens… Read more [Literature] A Mason & Dixon Christmastide (Thomas Pynchon) — Biblioklept
Thanks kindly to HelloPoetry for posting this originally: You Learn (by Jorge Luis Borges) The poverty of yesterday was less… Read more [Literature] Jorge Luis Borges – You Learn
Bukhara Magazine is one of Iran’s literary treasure stores. The Los Angeles Review of Books interviews its editor, Ali Dehbashi.