July 27th, 2009

Treats and Wonders

Via Scott: Of course I love this gallery of book sculpture because of coolness and ingenuity. Of course I hate it because no one is reading those books. It’s very confusing.

Canadian poet (and cool guy) Troy Jollimore had a lovely poem, “At Lake Scogog” in this week’s New Yorker.

Once, I told AMT a tale of woe about working very hard on a story for months, only to have the nth draft dissolve in my hands like grains of sand–it was an unworkable idea, but the only way to find that out was the months of work on an unpublishable story for which no one would congratulate me. And AMT, a linguist who regularly runs experiments that are sometimes brilliant and sometimes not, explained to me about a little publications called *The Journal of Null Results*. I said, “Please blog that so we can all feel a little better about things. And she did–I hope you do!

For the glue to dry on our new creation

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