Feb 8, 2010
Roberto Bolaño's "William Burns"
38 years of Super Bowl commercials
Rules for (not) reading in Texas prisons
A celebration of David Foster Wallace (reg. req.)
David Foster Wallace and imagining moral fiction
Gil Scott-Heron back; revolution still won't be televised
Imari Obadele, Black separatist, dies at 79 in Atl. May he rest in peace.
The semi-colon: the most dangerous punctuation on earth
Don McCullen, Brit war photographer, in his own words
Retired NYPD officials question crime data integrity
Polygamous Mormon's wet prairie dress contest
Bolaño and the pose of sentimental tough guy
The making of a modern evangelical heretic
Defacing books: effluence of engagement
The deckle edge in the age of the e-book
The man who led the move to dump LBJ
David Foster Wallace 10-part interview
Religion and Google's autofill function
Architecture of the parking garage
Denis Lehane as a graphic novel
Children of CIA agents left to wonder
Court, the gay-marriage classroom
Bill O'Reily interviews Jon Stewart
JD Salinger's Quaker-like silence
When culture becomes ideology
Scorcese's idea of entertainment
Don DeLillo makes it all unreal
Don DeLillo in the art gallery
Illustrators' favorite authors
Sex offender shanty town
"They're all so secular"
Foodie history of humanity
Answering machine poetry
Recycled car dealerships
The deceptive cadence
TC Boyle's Wild Child
Disappear for $10k
Is context context?
Is Indie dead?
By Daniel Silliman at 8:13 AM