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  3. Current Reading I’m currently reading Colson Whitehead’s John Henry Days, a book which I’m gratified to learn is a marked improvement over The Intuitionist. Now it’s time...
  4. Who Do You Think Knows Blogs Better? Entrant #1–blogger and poet Ron Silliman, who asserts that at the last MLA convention, two-thirds of the papers "had less in the way of ideas...
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