Sunday, May 08, 2005

"Oh, let's let John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur pay for it."
posted at 9:11 PM

time for some cattitude...

posted at 2:50 PM

so lucky & glad to have spent some time with mom (happy day) & many many others i love to pieces... yesterday evening at the celebration of nephew matt (he of big blue) & his college graduation... lucky & glad...
posted at 10:07 AM

so lucky & glad that Thomas Pynchon is still out there among us... and rumored to be writing still... happy birthday, old sport...
posted at 9:58 AM

 

Saturday, May 07, 2005

got to enjoy the ekphrastic thing that's been happening over at Growing Nation
posted at 2:25 PM

a. m. bird report: one egret stretched out way up high... one goldfinch (mateless?)... redwings everywhere... robins too... assorted tiny brown finchlike critters... ducks... one unidentified blackbody-brownhead... one unidentified diamond-tailed singer...
posted at 1:52 PM

and so it continues... very sad & disappointed to see that Thomas Reece, S. J. has "stepped down" from the editorship of America magazine... it appears that there is to be no room for any kind of dialogue around important issues in the (my? our? their? his? God's) rcc...
posted at 1:36 PM

Is theological dissent from noninfallible church teaching ever permitted; and, if so, under what conditions is it permitted?
posted at 1:29 PM

 

Friday, May 06, 2005

Invisible Notes
posted at 4:55 PM

time to note again... what a singular, animate, bouyant language we always get over at Hotel Point... keeps a sluggish blogmoper on his toes... e. g. ...

A sudden longing to emerge out of the great green pond-come the call (I am talking about death, poet!)-with duckweed capping me off, leech anklets, and all my poems nicking off like pseudopodia into the scum. by golly and by gosh... & this is the least of j latta's wonders... enough gushing for now... the kids are gone...

noon dismissal because tonight we got.... greatgodamighty... PROM... be safe kids
posted at 12:18 PM

ejshea.com: April is the cruellest month, and May ain't looking so hot either ... alrighty... erin prepares to flog the book...
posted at 12:05 PM

All that a man has to say or do that can possibly concern mankind, is in some shape or other to tell the story of his love,-to sing; and, if he is fortunate and keeps alive, he will be forever in love. This alone is to be alive to the extremities.
posted at 10:25 AM

 

Thursday, May 05, 2005

Three snails listed as extinct have been rediscovered in the Coosa and Cahaba rivers, the Nature Conservancy announced.
posted at 7:04 PM

Screen sci-fi has finally caught up with written science fiction. We're in college now. High school is over. There's just no need for 'Star Trek' anymore. ... via bookslut
posted at 12:42 PM

1811 DICTIONARY OF THE VULGAR TONGUE. A DICTIONARY OF BUCKISH SLANG, UNIVERSITY WIT, AND PICKPOCKET ELOQUENCE. ... via wood s lot
posted at 12:39 PM

Library of America: Complete Catalog
posted at 10:13 AM

Alexis de Tocqueville--a comprehensive bibliography
posted at 10:11 AM

Alexis de Tocqueville: Democracy in America - a new translation by Arthur Goldhammer
posted at 10:09 AM

Bookslut | An Interview with Todd Colby
posted at 8:55 AM

i'm alone... if not lonely... in room 305...at a time when normally there'd be a mess of students in here... plucking out the intricacies of some tricky classic text... but not today...

they're off in the wrestling room... sixty-four of them... taking the a. p. literature exam... and i'm left here to stare into the vacuum of... what i've done... how well or not so well i've prepared them for this moment... always knowing/believing that it's not anything i do... but what we do as a group and what they do as individuals... that will make the difference. always knowing that i haven't taught to the test... but that what we've done has had its own value that stretches past the narrow limits of 55 multiple choice questions and three 40-minute essays...
posted at 8:48 AM

NPR : Anne Bradstreet: America's First Poet
posted at 8:40 AM

 

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,
We're finally on our own.
This summer I hear the drumming,
Four dead in Ohio.

Gotta get down to it
Soldiers are gunning us down
Should have been done long ago.
What if you knew her
And found her dead on the ground
How can you run when you know?

Gotta get down to it
Soldiers are gunning us down
Should have been done long ago.
What if you knew her
And found her dead on the ground
How can you run when you know?

Tin soldiers and Nixon coming,
We're finally on our own.
This summer I hear the drumming,
Four dead in Ohio.

posted at 7:20 PM

[E] - Trashing the Greens : Reports of Environmentalism's "Death" May be Exaggerated...
In 1992, according to Canada-based Environics Research Group, 17 percent of Americans agreed with the statement that "pollution [is] necessary to preserve jobs." In 2004, a whopping 29 percent agreed with it. In the same time span, there was also a significant increase in the percentage who think that the father of a family "must be master in his own house" (52 percent, compared to 21 percent in Canada), and who agree with the statement that "a widely advertised product is probably good" (45 percent).
posted at 7:07 PM

The Comics Reporter... via Elsewhere
posted at 3:42 PM

Satan
posted at 8:21 AM

 

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Partly a chair feels less personal.
posted at 7:47 PM

Ligature (typography)
posted at 2:13 PM

AE
posted at 2:12 PM

Crape Myrtle
posted at 1:58 PM

Kelly Writers House webcast/audiocast archive
posted at 8:09 AM

 

Monday, May 02, 2005

San Francisco History by Subject - Museum of the City of San Francisco
posted at 8:40 PM

The Victorian Literary Studies Archive, Hyper-Concordance... what a wonderful thing
posted at 3:13 PM

The Empty Bowl - The Definitive Source For All Your Cereal News
posted at 12:26 PM

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