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Images from Book Release and Reading at the Book Loft

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Murdered by Marina Abramović, Assaulted by Paul Auster in Loveliest Magazine

I’m standing on the corner of Jackson and St. Charles, waiting for a streetcar that’s running obnoxiously behind schedule. To pass the time, I allow my mind to float away. Like an unencumbered magpie, it lifts gently over the midair … Continue reading

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Article in The Daily Jeffersonian

Well, look at that: shoulder-to-shoulder with Shakespeare! (And yes, the humor surrounding which actual Shakespeare play is not lost on me.) Here’s a close-up of the article:

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Humboldt Dream Sequence Rap Songs Playlist

One of my goals in writing Humboldt: Or, The Power of Positive Thinking was to engage in acts of unprecedentedness. This explains why I coined so many portmantypos, wrote a section in faux French, created an Interstate Scavenger Hunt, and included so many … Continue reading

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Humboldt: The Annotated Edition

After sixteen months of research, writing, revising, and editing, Humboldt: The Annotated Edition is now available as a free download from CCLaP’s website. So what can you expect from Humboldt: The Annotated Edition? To begin with, beaucoup explanations of my … Continue reading

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Scott Navicky reads from Humboldt: Or, The Power of Positive Thinking in New Orleans (IX)

The phrase “Death by Lawyer” is play on Rosalind’s advice in As You Like It to “die by attorney.”

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The History of Humboldt (Part VI): Endgame

Every Shakespeare fanatic has his favorite unsolvable mystery. Sigmund Freud’s was why did Shakespeare allow some dead guy to write eleven of his plays? (Edward de Vere, the seventeenth Earl of Oxford died in 1604; “Shakespeare” wrote his final play … Continue reading

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