Alice Oswald's poems are a less physically substantive homage to the blind bard.

Homer Is Alive and Well and Living in Alice Oswald

November 2, 2012 • 0
British writer Alice Oswald’s appearance at the Whitney Humanities Center on Wednesday was billed in the WHC’s publicity materials as a “reading,” but it was clear from the very beginning of her performance that Oswald had no intentions to read. Professor Emily Greenwood introduced her as “a classicist, a poet and a gardener, in no »
I know you all want to marry Carrie Brownstein, but she's too cool for you.

I fell in love with the women at the rock show

April 6, 2012 • 1
It would be really easy to start this review with some grand claims about rock music’s present and future. I could label some trends, chart a trajectory, invoke a metaphorical finger and find a pulse to put it on. If I were confident enough in my prognosis, I might even mention the zeitgeist. Most of »