Words & light
Russell Hoban’s riff on the horrors of the blank page and much else. Speaking its name might not bring it on, but why take foolish chances?
3 weeks, 5 days
I read ‘Riddley Walker’ by Russell Hoban because someone I admired said it’s a book that changed their life. Plus, it’s widely hailed as one of the great novels of the 20th century. 598 more words
4 weeks, 1 day
The first image and a finely significant shot of melancholy and derision during Sátántangó, Béla Tarr’s grimly humorous rural noirish, static tangle of duplicity and apocalypse. 760 more words