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Saturday, June 23, 2007

See also ...

Tom McCarthy on why the art world "is the place not just where literature is understood, but also where it is creatively developed, carried forward".

Gabriel Josipovici, who might argue the new music world is also such a place, with a story - The Dark Waters - about a retired musician. The Mad Hatters' Eclectic England edition also has work by many others, including Nicola Barker, David Constantine and George Szirtes [Links temporarily removed; see comments].

Richard Crary on the early work of JM Coetzee.

Spurious on Pessoa's The Education of a Stoic.

And, last and least, I've gone on Shelfari.

2 comments:

  1. Ooh, good links. Thanks for these Steve. And good to see you on Shelfari too!

    Folks might be interested in my interview with Peter Robertson, Associate Editor of The Mad Hatters' Review, over on ReadySteadyBook (http://www.readysteadybook.com/Article.aspx?page=peterrobertson)

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  2. Hi Stephen ---- Please remove the links to Eclectic England at Mad Hatters' Review, as the section and the rest of Issue 8 won't emerge completed (there are critical elements missing!) until July 1st (we expect).

    Thanks.

    Carol Novack
    Publisher/Editor
    Mad Hatters' Review

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