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A Few Strange New Hybridities in Literature

Of late, my rather strange and serpentine reading habits have yielded up examples of what might be called literary hybridities, where genres and styles work to subsume or coalesce. Of course, such genre bending is not even remotely new but … Continue reading

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Two Interviews with Basil King

Two fascinating interviews with Basil King have recently come to light, both in which Basil discusses the artistic and poetic philosophy behind Learning to Draw/ A History. The first is a conversation between Kevin Ring and Basil King for the … Continue reading

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