Thursday, June 13, 2013

IS / brief hist

I've published a new essay in Intercapillary Space:

.... about unconscious plagiarism, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein,   Eric Ambler, Scott Thurston, Nick Thurston, conceptualism, Matthew Robertson, academia and poetry, the 1991 anthology Floating Capital, José Luandino Vieira's Real Life of Domingos Xavier, Keston Sutherland's Stress Position, Leonardo Sciascia and Peter Robb on the Moro affair, and some other things.


Sharp-eyed readers will have grasped that since the beginning of 2013 I've started transferring the 200 or so articles of the Brief History into blog posts on this blog. Generally, the idea is to free this material from its primitive and unsatisfactory web format, and to bring it together with the increasing accumulation of literary material that I've composed on this blog and never got around to copying across in the other direction. Use the Labels (scroll down on the right) to navigate around for your favourite author.

I'm going along rather slowly. So far I've only transferred three articles: Avebury, Euripides, and Epicurus. [Since writing this, I've added Plautus.] I'm trying to seize the passing opportunity to re-enter the world of each article as I transfer it and to add a miniscule savour of new spice to it.

Labels: , , , , , , , , ,


At 7:45 pm, Blogger The Weaver of Grass said...

This sounds terribly complicated to me Michael.


Post a Comment

<< Home

Powered by Blogger