In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: stories from the Onion and The Daily Show, one bookseller’s response to the bitchy complaints of Borders employees, a look at what Vonnegut and porn on VHS have in common, and more great finds. Advertisements
In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog, all things great and small: The Billboard Poetry Project, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco channeling the very concise Emily Dickinson, poets tiny enough to slip through mail slots, and more.
In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog, things that make us squirm a little: David Foster Wallace’s notes in his collection of self-help books, celebrity “poets” (or “celebrity” poets?), the hot mess at BlazeVOX, and more.
In this week’s Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog: auto-generated hipster text, a flashback to the book-loving California Raisins, slang (and sampling) in literature, and a few more tidbits worth checking out.
Check out the latest Mix Tape on the Kenyon Review blog for a look back at Mad Libs and the favorite paperback of dental offices everywhere, plus a look forward to the future of DIY publishing, among other bits of literary news. You might want to dig… Read More
I’m really looking forward to taking part in the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop with Stanley Plumly next week—although I’m more than a little rusty. It’s been (ahem) eight years since I last workshopped a poem or even had a firm deadline for one. Since leaving… Read More
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… Read More