What We Talk About When We Talk About What We Talk About When We Talk About

Sorry, couldn't resist.

Returning now to work on the aforementioned J.M. Coetzee essay, which is once again insisting on going in unexpected directions requiring more reading. (Paul de Man's "Autobiography as De-Facement" this morning. I know you're jealous.) No more blogging till it's done. Bad me.


  1. Wow! Really liked your story. But then, I've always gone for dark torrents of emotion.

    Mary from NC

  2. I'm waiting for "The Heart of the Heart of the X" titles to appear. They don't seem as common as the Carver references. Great untapped lit geek potential!


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