Articles by Nick Moran

November 4, 2011

You Would Prefer Not To… Miss This. 0

Thursday 11/10, come on down to 60 Wall Street for a marathon reading of Herman Melville‘s Bartleby, the Scrivener. The story was in part tied to the Occupy Wall Street movement by Hannah Gerson in a great piece for us last month.

November 4, 2011

Oral Histories Galore 0

2011 is the year of television’s oral history. On the heels of Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN, published last May and reviewed by n+1 here, you can now check out I Want My MTV: The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution. You can whet your appetite with an […]

November 4, 2011

Goodreads Choice Awards 0

Make sure you vote for the 2011 Goodreads Choice Awards! (And make sure you join our Goodreads group afterwards!)

November 4, 2011

John Cage, Silence 0

Don’t listen to John Cage‘s 4’33” while you read Marjorie Perloff‘s article on the 50th anniversary of Silence. It could be a distraction.

November 2, 2011

Tintin Ruling 3

Good news for Tintinologists, if not guards of political correctness: Tintin in the Congo has been deemed “not racist” by a Belgian judicial adviser.

November 2, 2011

Short Stories for the 305 0

WLRN-Miami Herald News is soliciting writers of flash fiction, extremely short nonfiction, or prosaic poetry for “VERY brief” stories: “As in 305 words or less — ‘3-0-5′ being at one time the area code for entire state of Florida.”

November 2, 2011

Kartika Review 0

M. Evelina Galang, author of Her Wild American Self and current director of the University of Miami’s MFA Creative Writing Program, is featured in the latest issue of Kartika Review, “a national Asian/Pacific Islander American literary arts journal.” You can read the entire Fall 2011 issue for free.

November 2, 2011

MetaFilter Asks 1

MetaFilter asks, what’s one book that everyone should read?

November 2, 2011

Blue Nights 0

An “extended short film excerpt” of Joan Didion reading from her memoir Blue Nights, which our own Michael Bourne reviewed yesterday.

November 2, 2011

Biblioracle 0

John Warner is the author of Funny Man and the occasional Millions article. He is also… The Biblioracle! and he wants you to be one, too.