In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: Why Congress should try poetry instead of prayer, Nick Flynn on torture, the book equivalent of the liger, and some other juicy bits.
This week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog asks–and answers: To friend the famous poet on Facebook or not to friend the famous poet on Facebook? What was on Hamlet’s iPod? What might Poe be listening to from the great beyond, now that his historic Baltimore home might close?
A Romero-endorsed imprint dedicated to publishing zombie fiction, an illustrated list of famous writers’ favorite snacks, and Facebook’s role in the death of the innovative e-book: Check out these stories and a few surprises in this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog.
This week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: a chain of snarkiness, a celebrity baby’s tie to great literature, a look into what Sonic Youth and poetry have in common (other than that I’m a fan of both), and an interview with Donald Ray Pollock.
A first blog post about a first blog post? How very meta.
I’ve just started doing a wee bit of blogging for the Kenyon Review Online. My column is called Mix Tape, and each week I’ll post a collection of literary tidbits, loosely organized around a theme. Check out Mix Tape: Growing Pains.