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Pretty used to being with Gwyneth

Regrets that her mother did not smoke

Frank in all directions

Jean Cocteau and Jean Marais

Simply cannot go back to them

Roll your eyes at Samuel Beckett

John Gregory Dunne and Joan Didion

Metaphors with eyes

Life of Mary MacLane

Circle what it is you want

Not really talking about women, just Diane

Felicity's disguise

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« In Which We Make Light of A Week That Was »

The Week in Review

As the dead of winter approaches, now is the time to get into a mutually unsatisfying artistic relationship with a member of the opposite sex. The ideal foil should be limber, internet-savvy, and judicious with wordplay.

Enjoy these places we have been, and remember them as if they were only yesterday:

John Ashbery remembered his first meeting with Jane Freilicher...

Elizabeth Gumport explored the world of Dawn Powell...

Danish Aziz introduced you to the SF of yore...

Jessica Hopper discussed the feminist view of Lars Von Trier...

T.K.'s weekly investigation into Poems Newly Appeared...

Matthew Henriksen on the ghosts of Frank Stanford and Gram Parsons...

Ben Lambert's Halloween megamix...

Colin Dickey's amazing broadside on a bunch of recordings...

Literary legend William Gass wrote this letter that will shock and stun u...

When Julie Benz isn't doing a nude scene, she's on Dexter...

Molly Young's fastidious tanning regime...

Think of how much more complicated and enjoyable your life is sure to become.

You can find past week in reviews here.

"Bloody Hands" - Mark Olson and Gary Louris (mp3)

"The Wind Comes Up" - Mark Olson and Gary Louris (mp3)

"My Gospel Song for You" - Mark Olson and Gary Louris (mp3)


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