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Sublime Frequencies' Ethnopsychedelic Montages

2006-12-12

Marcus Boon explores the healing of traditional music.

Sonic Contents: Why I Let the Litmixer Die and Other Stories

2006-12-24

Trace Reddell introduces Sonic Contents.

Critical Ecologies: Ten Years Later

2006-12-01

Andrew McMurry looks back on ten years of ecocriticism and identifies
a “new physiocracy,” whose exclusive interest in technology is no better than the exclusive valuation of property that typified physiocrats of the Nineteenth-Century.

Fictions Present

2006-11-11

Joseph Tabbi introduces the thread and gathers prior essays by fiction writers on fiction writing.

Finding Holes in the Whole

2006-09-20

Jacob Edmond reviews Brian McHale’s The Obligation toward the Difficult Whole.

Notes from the Middleground: On Ben Marcus, Jonathan Franzen, and the Contemporary Fiction Combine

2006-09-08

Davis Schneiderman revisits the non-debate between Jonathan Franzen and Ben Marcus, touches on recent flare-ups in the American Book Review and the NOW WHAT blog, and reflects on the economy of book jacket blurbs.

Global Politics and the Feminist Question

2006-03-18

Ara Wilson writes a riposte on the gathering of “waves” essays; she points out that global feminist politics provides a necessary perspective on debates about the current state of feminism.

The Importance of Being Narratological

2006-03-17

Dave Ciccoricco responds to Luc Herman and Bart Vervaeck.

Of the Cliché and the Everyday

2006-03-17

Christopher Leise reviews Kenneth Bernard’s The Man in the Stretcher and Richard Kalich’s Charlie P, a work that is as much interested in the idea of the novel as it is a novel of ideas.

Free Culture and Our Public Needs

2006-03-17

Francis Raven reviews Lawrence Lessig’s Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity.

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