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Making Ebooks is as Easy as Blogging: My Instapaper(book) on Paul Muldoon

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Can We Trust (Poetry) Ebooks? - The Case of Allen Ginsberg's Collected Poems

A Note on Howl, the Movie

Will Magazine iPad Apps Go the Way of the 8-track?

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A Tale of Two Lit-site Redesigns: The Paris Review and NY Review of Books

History Lessons

Make it New, or At Least Know that You're Not: The Problem with MFAs

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Joyce to Ibsen, 1901

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#FridayReads - Incantation by Laughter and The Thing Around Your Neck

Do Tools Matter? On Collaborative Writing

What Web Media Can Learn from Print

Blogs, Twitter, the Kindle: The Future of Reading at The PEN World Voices Festival

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"The Black Minutes" at the PEN World Voices Festival

When Google Dominates the Way We (Find, Buy) Read E-books

It's the End of Free As We Thought We Knew It

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Jonathan Baumbach Recommends “Spanking the Maid”

Your Face Tomorrow: Dance and Dream, by Javier Marias

Classics: On Edith Wharton by Roxana Robinson

Dominique Fabre’s The Waitress Was New

Considering the Classics: re Kipling

Writing in (computer) Isolation

The Art of Indulgence: Notes on Witold Gombrowicz’s Bacacay

The People’s Act of Love, by James Meek

Why You Should Buy Fair Trade: The Coffee Book, by Nina Luttinger and Gregory Dicum

Soundtrack to Pynchon’s “Against the Day”: Glass’s Plutonian Ode with Allen

Laird Hunt’s The Exquisite

Update on New York City Independent Bookstores

My Life in CIA, by Harry Mathews

Updated NYC Independent Bookstore Guide

Jane {a murder}, by Maggie Nelson

We’re All a Little Mad: Final Thoughts on Don Quixote

“A Sane Man Gone Mad and a Madman Edging Toward Sanity”

Thank You for Not Reading: Essays on Literary Trivia, by Dubravka Ugresic

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If Kafka Only Knew About The Lit-blog Coop

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Gaddis’s Library of Babel

In Praise of the Sublimely Unhip

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Proust Changed My Life, But Now I have Status Anxiety

Wise Men Have Fished Here: Homage to the Gotham Book Mart

Whither Copyright when the Reader Becomes the Curator?

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