Thursday, August 25, 2011

Tight Tight Jeans Press

Mathias has an awesome interview on HTMLGiant, check it out.

Today I' writing about patriarchy and Marianne Moore and Mina Loy.

In the last 20 days, there are the books I've read. Now I need to circle back and read B Guest before my comp exams begin next Thursday:

Babyfucker, Urs Allemann
Sixty Stories, Donald Barthelme
The Girl in the Flammable Skirt, Aimee Bender
Willful Creatures, Aimee Bender
The Baron in the Trees, Italo Calvino
Six Memos for the Next Millennium, Calvino
The Bloody Chamber, Angela Carter
Blow-up and Other Stories, Julio Cortazar
ParaSpheres: Extending Beyond the Spheres of Literary and Genre Fiction - Fabulist and New Wave Fabulist Stories, edited by Rikki Ducornet
The Hungry Dolls and other Stories, Patricia Eakins
Franz Kafka; The Complete Short Stories, Franz Kafka
Magic For Beginners, Kelly Link
Stranger Things Happen, Kelly Link
Extreme Fiction: Fabulists and Formalists, edited by Robin Hemly and Michael Martone
Conjunctions 39: New Wave Fabulists, ed. Peter Straub
The Art of Hunger, Paul Auster
Conversations with Gabriel Garcia Marquez, edited by Gene H Belle-Villada
Jorge Luis Borges: Conversations, edited by Richard Burgin
Postmodernism and the Contemporary Novel, edited by Bran Nicol
The Fantastic: A Structural Approach to a Literary Genre, Tzvetan Todorov (trans. Richard Howard)
Calvino, the writer as fablemaker, by Sara Maria Adler ; with a pref. by Dante Della Terza
“Embedded Narrative in the Fiction of Kelly Link,” Jason Erik Lundberg. Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction (Foundation) 2007 Spring; 36 (99): 15-28.

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