Showing posts from November, 2017

Aris Fioretos - The book situates itself in a region beyond criticism but this side of literature, characterized by forgetting and finitude, and investigating important yet seemingly inaccessible "gray areas" in texts as old as those of Homer, and as recent as those of Beckett

Linor Goralik - In turn hilarious and heart-rending, her fictions and poems bristle with epiphanies, with jolts of comprehension and, just as commonly, of vertiginous incomprehension. A literary descendant of Daniil Kharms, the conceptualists, and Chekhov

David Britton – The Citizen Kane of Bad Taste. Truly radical, vicious, psychedelic satire about a Nazi DJ (Lord Horror) in England after Germany wins World War II