April 16, 2014
From Franco Moretti, “Operationalizing; or, the Function of Measurement in Literary Theory,” New Left Review 84 November/December 2013

From Franco Moretti, “Operationalizing; or, the Function of Measurement in Literary Theory,” New Left Review 84 November/December 2013

April 11, 2014
From New Selected Poems of Stevie Smith

From New Selected Poems of Stevie Smith

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April 3, 2014

Old Whore’s Diet [feat. Antony Hegarty] - Rufus Wainwright. From Want Two (2004). Footage from The Blood of a Poet (Le Sang d’un Poète) directed by Jean Cocteau (1930).

March 30, 2014
From Maurice Sendak and Tony Kushner’s Brundibar
Adapted from the opera by Hans Krása and Adolf Hoffmeister

From Maurice Sendak and Tony Kushner’s Brundibar

Adapted from the opera by Hans Krása and Adolf Hoffmeister

March 24, 2014

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March 18, 2014
Michel Foucault, This Is Not a Pipe, translated by James Harkness

Michel Foucault, This Is Not a Pipe, translated by James Harkness

March 12, 2014

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March 7, 2014

March 5, 2014

The legend of Junior Braithwaite is that he came into the studio, sang a single song—one written by Bunny Wailer, or Wailers as they still call him in Trench Town (“B. Wailers,” it says on the original disc), a song called “It Hurts to Be Alone.” And that the song was astonishing, that it was heartbreaking, that it was immortal. That the lyrics were so elemental they could have been by ABBA or by Sappho.
John Jeremiah Sullivan, “That Chop on the Upbeat”

March 2, 2014

Foiled Again. Mix by Otis Blue. Sculpture by Tom Friedman.

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