It seems like a simple question.
How to read his first book, Some Trees.
My wife won’t let me leave to visit my cousin. I’m taking things into my own claws.
Relish my day of inconvenience.
I’ve learned there are rules when telling a story these days. I’m thinking of the Bechdel Test.
Some of the people and the streets they're named after in New York.
Nothing wrong with being “common.”
There’s no room for lampposts on narrow sidewalks.
Buildings, bakeries, and sugar factories give way to stadiums and high rises.
"Freedom of form" as transhumanist escapism.
My time with a hog chiropractor and his miracle spur claw cures.
Sally Rooney’s latest novel is precisely written, but falls flat.
I was unable to establish any relationships that I wanted to maintain.
Everybody wants to go to the top, but the bottom is where it starts.
Recent events suggest gays have become entitled, callous, thoughtless, and believe they not only can no longer be joked about, but don't have to answer any questions about their failures.
How do you measure time?
The King Ghostwriter of blurbs: Part VI.
Your cheap-as-free speech may include the added costs of banal, inane, or outright braindead conclusions.
He felt so very faint.
Conferences enable the unpredictable.
Diana sucks innocently; it's not her fault.
A documentary on Arthur Rimbaud, born on this day in 1854, directed and co-written by Étienne Faure.
Documentary featuring friends and associates including Paul Williams, Miriam Lloyd, Robert Anton Wilson, and Ray Nelson.
The legendary American writer and critic discusses his extraordinary life and career with Professor Anthony Clare.
An interview with the author shortly after the release of The Secret History, when she was 29.
Half an hour with the author around the debut of the TV mini-series based on The Stand.
An excellent 53-minute interview with the late author who died last weekend at the age of 89.
The acclaimed American writer gave this reading at the University of Alabama in September 1990.
Nearly nine hours, this is part one of a three part complete reading of the 1973 novel. If you're still in quarantine, or stuck in a police barricade, it's a perfect way to pass the time!