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  • As of now, I'm just on one panel (The Year in Novels) and the Interfictions reading, which suits my current struggle for coherency just fine ... hopefully I'll be feeling much better by then, but if not, I can handle reading off a list of what I've been reading and telling you what I thought of it.

    Friday

  • Today: Year in Novels (2pm), Interfictions 2 group reading (3pm), Interstitial Arts Foundation town meeting (8pm), Meet the Pros (e) party

    Friday!

  • Shannon Wills presents 50 Must-Read Novels from the 20th Century posted at Online Accredited Degrees, saying, Literature, as with all forms of creative expression, is a highly subjective art.

    Creative Carnival: November 2009 « Write Anything

  • Luc Sante, the NYRB and Rigney translated, allowed, and recoiled at the word preventative used adjectivally in Novels in Three Lines after which they embarked on a book tour, made back their initial investment, and threw up a previously delicious croque-monsieur.

    A reader-submitted novel in three lines

  • Luc Sante, the NYRB and Rigney translated, allowed, and recoiled at the word preventative used adjectivally in Novels in Three Lines after which they embarked on a book tour, made back their initial investment, and threw up a previously delicious croque-monsieur.

    A Different Stripe:

  • Filed under: Book Reviews, Books, Latin American, Novels, Quotes of the Day, Reading, Reporting, Writing — 1minutebookreviewswordpresscom @ 7: 14 pm

    Gabriel García Márquez on the Difference Between Novels and Journalism … Quote of the Day #15 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Filed under: Book Reviews, Books, Latin American, Novels, Quotes of the Day, Reading, Reporting, Writing — 1minutebookreviewswordpresscom @ 7: 14 pm

    2007 March 30 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Filed under: Book Reviews, Books, Latin American, Novels, Quotes of the Day, Reading, Reporting, Writing — 1minutebookreviewswordpresscom @ 7: 14 pm

    2007 March « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • This "transposed" aspect of Fantasy Novels is a sort of sub-text to The Lord Of The Rings.

    Keeping the unicorns at bay

  • Filed under: Essays and Reviews,Latin American,Novels — 1minutebookreviewswordpresscom @ 1:07 am

    2008 February 26 « One-Minute Book Reviews

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