Monthly Archives: March 2014

Translation

Schreibheft: Zeitschrift für Literatur, the #82 February 2014 issue is devoted to translation. The issue includes a poem by Vladislav Petković Dis, a Serbian symbolist poet who died near the end of WWI, translated from the Serbo-Croatian by Zarko Radakovic and Peter Handke, followed … Continue reading

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Nina Pops’ Cutouts

Nina Pops continues to make her cutouts. Here a couple of new ones:   I find these cutouts as interesting as anything I’ve seen recently. Whether in a book, in a frame, or simply on a table, their simplicity makes … Continue reading

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Wile Rides & Wildflowers: Caveat Lector

There’s a very nice review of the book in this morning’s Deseret News (or Deseret Snooze as my friend Elaine Jarvik — their best writer until they downsized her — calls it). As the newspaper always does, it warns potential readers: … Continue reading

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Invitation to a Book Launch: Wild Rides & Wildflowers

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Surveillance by Barbed Wire

1885 Glidden Barb-Fence Journal (“Why Barb Fencing Is Better Than Any Other”) It is the cheapest; it is the most indestructible; it is proof against wind; proof against flood; proof against fire; proof against snow drifts; proof against vermin. It … Continue reading

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Find the Cat (Bella)

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Smiling American

Why, the author asked him over the third (or was it the fourth?) bottle of wine, after midnight in the deserted dining room of the Hotel Moskva in downtown Belgrade, why, the author asked him, why are you always smiling? … Continue reading

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A New Website for Wild Rides and Wildflowers

Click HERE for a look.

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