by carl wilson

Rick Moody: Poetaster's Progress

Long-time readers may remember the round-robin of chatter 'round here last summer about "lit-rock." This week one of the most chronic practitioners, Rick Moody, published a defence in the Guardian that might have been titled, "From those about to rock, we just wanna make sure you're okay with that."

Apologies, but the September gig guide may not appear here for a couple of days. I've been away attending an extended-family funeral, and also taking a breather from the interweb until the irritating flicker of flames (see below) dies down.

The Writ | Posted by zoilus on Thursday, September 01 at 12:41 AM | Linking Posts | Comments (1)



that article =

"Arrangements of sounds, spoken in such a way as to convey meaning".

Posted by Dave M. on September 1, 2005 12:22 PM




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