The ghost of conceptual writing. * Love lost among the ruins: Brian Dillon‘s Sanctuary reviewed. * Brian Dillon on the Patrick Keiller exhibition at Tate Britain. * Daniel Levin Becker on Oulipian Jacques Jouet. * ‘God Save the Queen’ turns 35! * Vegas stripped. * An introduction to Equus Press. * Christopher Plummer re-enacts Nabokov teaching Kafka. * Bill Drummond. * A 1960s student house party. * Student party, Belfast, 1970. * Don Letts‘s Subculture series. * John Cooper Clarke: “In the past, he has proposed that, for National Poetry Day, all human affairs be conducted in rhyme, with the exception of the emergency sevices”. * Is nihilism dead? * Anti-humanism and the question of philosophical anthropology. * London in puddles. * Lee Rourke: “Dialogue From a Novel Already Written“. * Gabriel Josipovici on the British novel (audio). * A review of Enrique Vila-Matas‘s Dublinesque. * Mary Ellen Bute‘s Passages From Finnegans Wake (video). * Passport to Pimlico: a behind the scenes tour. * A plea for folk-philosophy. * Sheila Heti interviewed. * Carl Barat at Paris opera. * Harold Pinter on Samuel Beckett (video). * Top Shelf Products.
First posted: Tuesday, June 5th, 2012.