Have been ridiculously busy the last couple of weeks -- making and marking exams, doing an extensive translation, and helping my mother move into a new condo. I also wrote this review, which appeared this weekend in The Rover. It looks like, though, I've freed up some time at least for the time being (non-being?)... so expect a run of more frequent posts.
Risky Experiments, Rich Rewards
by Brian Campbell
In January, 1974, Tomas Edward Bojeski, aka Thomas James, put an end to his life by shooting himself in the head with a handgun. He was only twenty-seven, and had just published his first book, Letters to a Stranger, which would receive one disdainful review describing him as a “pale Plath.” But Letters would acquire [...]