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The Lives of the Dead: James Joyce and Frank Moore (or, Hand-jobs and Heartaches)

I. The World’s Most Celebrated Hand-Job Since 1954, thousands have gather to celebrate Bloomsday, the epic tribute to Joyce’s Ulysses. The devout make the pilgrimage to Dublin – no bargain vacation, these days – to retrace the crisscrossing paths of Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom in real-time, over the course of an entire day. Even […]

Object-Oriented Poetry: Sheer Indefinite by Skip Fox

Forget Percy Bysshe Shelley’s “unacknowledged legislators of the world.” Skip Fox’s Sheer Indefinite reveals that our day’s poets are, rather, the computer programmers of the universe. If our universe is indeed a virtual simulation, like so many Hollywood movies and conspiracy theorists posit, Skip Fox’s Sheer Indefinite is the reference manual to its sublime syntax. And […]