Monthly Archives: September 2010

Felipe Alfau 1902-1999 (via As It Ought To Be)

    Felipe Alfau was Spanish-American writer who spent most of his long life in New York City. While not a prolific writer, he was one who was far ahead of his time, employing authorial techniques that would later be "discovered" … Continue reading

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Words By Andy Devine

    Many years ago the critic Roland Barthes argued that there were two kinds of texts: “readerly” and “writerly”. Put baldly (or badly), a ”readerly” text is one that displays the virtues and qualities that appeal to readers andd “writerly” … Continue reading

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