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A Monster's New York - The "New" Whitney Museum

I recommend perusing Bill Morris’ commentary at The Millions wherein he laments the direction that New York City has gone since the turn of the 21st century. 241 more words

New York City

A Portrait of the Critic as a Young Man | The Millions
Here is James Wood’s newest work, The Nearest Thing to Life, taken from a series of lectures given at Brandies and the British Museum. 70 more words


Library Link Line-Up

Hello everyone!

Here are some great links to start your morning (or afternoon – depending on when you wake up) off right. You might just find your next podcast to listen to or your new favorite dessert! 240 more words

Library Link Line-Up

I Am Radar by Reif Larsen | The Millions
Reif Larsen’s first novel The Selected Works of T.S. Spivet was a frustrating narrative wrapped in a beautiful work of art. 75 more words


Unquote: The Benefits of Excising Quotation Marks | The Millions
Quotation marks can be insidious little creatures. They have immense, unacknowledged power. They can turn a good idea into a “good idea.” With the simple addition of the those lines, something that would have been accepted for only its definition becomes suspect, questionable, even a parody of itself. 54 more words


All Fools Day

It’s not April 1st today! Definitely not the first day of the month!

Did I fool you?

What a wonderfully ironic day. I like it just fine. 17 more words

Exciting news...

I’m extremely excited to be writing for the Times Literary Supplement next month, reviewing Richard Weiner’s ‘The Game for Real’ on Two Lines Press. 131 more words