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Getting your first track premiered by The Fader isn’t a bad way to start proceedings, and that’s exactly what new London artist Bo Rocha has done with… 112 more words


Turn that modern stuff down, please!

Ulysses, that very thick novel by James Joyce, is a lot of hot air, so don’t waste your time trying to read it! That’s according to Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho. 1,198 more words


The Literary Hangover

As the painfully deafening sound of the Alka Seltzer plink plinked into the glass and the fizzing sound was even enough to reach my pain threshold, I had time to reflect on the nature of the hangover, having the energy to do little else. 376 more words

Jack Kerouac

DOF's ærespris 2

Her følger Charlotte Jørgensens motiveringstale samt Mich Vraas takketale.

Først får Charlotte Jørgensen ordet:

Kære Mich, kære gæster

Da jeg for nogen tid siden blev ringet op af Kulturstyrelsen og spurgt om jeg ville holde tale for Mich Vraa i anledning af at han var blevet tildelt Dansk Oversætterforbunds Ærespris 2014, sagde jeg uden tøven ja tak. 2,214 more words

Nyheder Og Begivenheder

New Journalism

Tom Wolfe (possibly the greatest last name ever) is a man I feel would make a great companion on a desert island. His book, The New Journalism, 233 more words

Journalism And Culture Posts

Back to Blood by Tom Wolfe

I bought this book on the strength of Tom Wolfe’s Bonfire of the Vanities, which I really enjoyed. You can see a bit of some of those characters, especially the main dude (can’t remember his name), in some of those in this new book. 275 more words


“It’s always, to me, very hard. And the only thing that sustains me is the fact that I did it before, and there must be some way I can do it this time.” Tom Wolfe