They made the list, but we checked it twice, and digittante doesn't make any of these mistakes
Month: August 2001
Waiting, waiting, and more waiting is what these people have been doing since 1999. Waiting for our demise, WHICH WILL NOT COME. Let them wait more.
The editor of Oyster Boy Review has a bone to pick, but first he must splinter the one in your head
Depressed, confused, angry, or stuck? Take two steps and call us in the morning because "many things are solved by walking"
Don't worry, researchers prove being happy is all the rage, and it's good for you.
Eugene Walter recounted how Tallulah Bankhead "gave me three pubic hairs" in a new oral biography of his free spirit.
The re-issued canon of "Routledge Classics" reveals a modern movement in which "none of the English books in the collection is equal in stature to its Continental rivals", or so says Edward Skidelsky.
Jason Epstein confesses his 30-year obsession with keeping a diary. "I laze into it, luxuriate in it..." Indeed he does, and shouldn't we all too?
Stop the insanity! says Guardian columnist Martin Kettle ending his tenure reporting from Washington. In always-on America "24/7 is a shorthand way of describing a living hell" Clearly, he's never craved Starbucks at 3am.
One critic''s retort to BJ Myers' essay "A Reader's Manifesto" pegs his complaint on the author's "grousing about the worthless dilettantes passing themselves off as writers these days." Ahem.
"Reality" kills fiction says award winning author AL Kennedy. Really?
Fresh on the heels of digittante's own encounter with Nigerian 419 email fraud, Salon offers up a critical analysis of their literary merit, "which lends credence to my humble belief" you'll enjoy it.
Well coiffed Zadie Smith offers grooming advice from the road to America's literati brat pack.
"...R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Found out what it means to me..." sings M.J. Rose on her e-book woes and how she became the unwilling "Queen" of digital publishing.
All's well that ended, for the world-watching Eudora Welty