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Down the Tubes

Boyd Tonkin, “The Week in Books,” The Independent 14 July 2012

When a dodgy server pulls the literary plug

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Andrew Blum’s eye-opening book… 109 more words

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3:AM Magazine is seeking review submissions

Sydney Editor, Tristan Foster, is seeking review submissions for 3:AM Magazine.  He is particularly looking to “read critics and criticism from books from my side of planet Earth.”  So, keep that in mind when you approach this one. 43 more words


On 3:AM + one or two other things

Thought it was about time I put in writing here that I have joined the mighty 3:AM Magazine as a reviews/nonfiction editor, working closely with my good buddy… 133 more words


Thomas Sheehan on Heidegger

For anyone who has been perplexed by some of this blog’s past references to Heidegger, I wanted to draw attention to some recent appearances on the Internet by Thomas Sheehan, a professor at Stanford. 771 more words

Martin Heidegger

Those Who Never Achieved Greatness

Stuart Kelly, “Stuart Kelly: Diversity Rules in Non-Fiction,” The Scotsman 13 December 2014

But my personal favourite in this genre has to be The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure… 18 more words

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Beautiful Losers

Julian Hanna, “Beautiful Losers,” Rev. of The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure by C. D. Rose, 3:AM Magazine 11 December 2014

The introduction, a brilliant extended meditation on ‘real’ failure by… 12 more words

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Irreducible Form

My interview with Simon Critchley appeared in 3:AM Magazine today:

“On the one hand, literature is a conceptual machine that comprehends all that is, digests it and shits it out. 99 more words

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