Monday, October 10, 2005

From around the web.

  • Paul Auster's "The Invention of Solitude" has been chosen as the book for "If All of Buffalo Read the Same Book 2005" in Buffalo, NY.  It's a memoir of his withdrawn father and their relationship.  It's also available in Auster's " Collected Prose", which is where I've been reading it.  Some critics say its among his best works.
  • Another bad review for "Slam Dunks and No Brainers".
  • New Yorker Fiction is back online, after going to subscription-only (it appeared) for the Eugenidies story last week.  They've got a new one by Tom Drury today.
  • We can only hope this isn't hooey: Season Two on DVD.  I still have season two on tape but am afraid to touch it.  Last time I watched the series finale the tape broke.



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