Monthly Archives: June 2012

Fiddleblack

Good things are happening over at Fiddleblack. They will be redeveloping Clive Barker’s novella Cabal, with the participation of Barker himself and essays and appreciations from a range of writers and editors. And later this year they’ll publish Apparitional Experience, … Continue reading

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Nervus Rex

“Go Go Girl” appeared on the first and only album by the New Wave band Nervus Rex.

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Punk Cover

I was happy to see that ShortList Magazine¬†selected A Cultural Dictionary of Punk¬†(which Publishers Weekly called “a personal investigation into the significance of punk rock, an attempt to inject critical studies with ‘a big dose of chaos and anarchy’ and … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court Justices as Postmodern Media Theorists

Metaphysical quicksand, here:

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Lowestoft Chronicle

The latest issue of Lowestoft Chronicle contains a fascinating interview with Randal S. Brandt about his discovery of a lost manuscript by the author David Dodge, whose 1952 novel To Catch a Thief was made into a film by Hitchcock … Continue reading

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The Evelyn Variant

“And that is where I found myself now, across the slate table from a man with such a deep and long scar down the left side of his face that he looked permanently creased.” From “The Evelyn Variant,” a new … Continue reading

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