The devil damn thee black, thou cream-faced loon Continue reading Shakespeare on cats
It had to happen. Patricia Carlin, who wrote the indispensable How to tell if your boyfriend is the Anti-Christ (and if he is, should you break up with him?) has written a book called How to Make Your Cat an Internet Celebrity: A Guide to Financial Freedom.
Cat = Income, it seems, if you know how to brand and market.
As the owner of an exceptionally beautiful cat, when she saw this Gert leapt off the couch like said cat to the sound of the tin-opener and went galumphing down the corridor to order the book. Now to set the plan in motion.
A description of Gert’s writing room appears on The Next Best Book Blog http://thenextbestbookblog.blogspot.com.au/
Our mate Karl Ove Knausgaard heads the shortlist for The Independent Foreign Fiction Prize: http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/apr/08/karl-ove-knausgaard-short-stories-on-independent-foreign-fiction-prize-shortlist
And the first print-run (8000 copies) of a Chinese translation of the first third of ‘Finnegans Wake’ has sold out within a month, propelled by a massive billboard campaign on buildings and freeways throughout China, The London Review of Books (April 3) reports. But it might be a while before avid Chinese readers get their hands on the rest. When asked when it would appear, the translator, Dai Congrong, said, ‘May God give me the courage to finish it.’
crawling the earth
no matter where
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