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Links: EBM’s, philosophical novels, literary tumblrs, and more

Posted on | September 19, 2012 | 1 Comment

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Writers Room DC will open in Tenleytown in mid-October.

Politics & Prose has an Espresso Book Machine (EBM) named Opus.


Why Rob Horning doesn’t like the word literary.

Brian Dillon on Roland Barthes and education.

David Winters on self-consciously “philosophical” novels.

MRI reveals brain’s response to reading.

Your guide to literary tumblrs.

Favorite snacks of the great writers, and the writer’s food pyramid.

D.T. Max highlights David Foster Wallace’s annotation on a copy of “Good Old Neon.”

When I Look at a Strawberry, I Think of a Tongue.”



One Response to “Links: EBM’s, philosophical novels, literary tumblrs, and more”

  1. Inna
    October 3rd, 2015 @ 6:31 pm

    Those same kind of books say that if we don’t do our job well with our 2-year-old that the same issues will re-emerge at age 12, and what we don’t couqenr when they are 3 will return at 13. We coddled our youngest child because of special needs when she was a toddler, and I’ve been terrified of the teen years thinking of this unbiblical teaching I once read. Ugh. Thanks for the heads up. The so-called experts can be wrong.For whatever it’s worth, though, my older kids’ teen years were fine! A few bumps and scrapes but no lasting damage. I love that age! It’s the preteen struggle that is a bigger challenge. By 14 I’ve enjoyed my children.Jess, I can’t think of an author off the top of my head but I’ve read similar lies.

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