The End of Oulipo? Internet Roundup

Busy week last week for The End of Oulipo? We have:

Excerpts at The New Inquiry

Three Percent calls it “a book for your weekend”

Nice mention in Berfrois

It’s current reading at 3:AM Magazine

A very favorable review on Goodreads

And all sorts of kind mentions on the Twitters and Facebooks

And don’t miss my own Annotated List of Books I Discuss in The End of Oulipo, In Order

Get it at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, The Book Depository, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada.

More from Conversational Reading:

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  2. Publishing Grass's Stasi Record Apparently they’re going to publish the files the Stasi took on Gunter Grass whenever he visited East Germany. Grass was completely surrounded by spies when...
  3. Buy The End of Oulipo? –> Get Free Stuff!! If you’ve been contemplating a pre-order of The End of Oulipo?, now’s the time. Email me the proof of purchase from whatever online merchant you...
  4. The End of Oulipo? Just printed out a copy of The End of Oulipo? to give to the great translator of Georges Perec and author of Is That a...
  5. Oulipo Panel There’s a full video on YouTube of the panel I did on the Oulipo with Oulipian Daniel Levin Becker, poet Matthew Zapruder, author Robin Sloan,...

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