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We have plans. Help us “Make it New.”

Ezra Pound’s famous charge, to “Make it New,” changed literary history. “Pound’s aspirations for literature were grand. He believed that bad writing destroyed civilizations and that good writing could save them … he thought that literature could enhance the appreciation … Continue reading

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Living in Words

Living in Words: Interviews from The Bloomsbury Review, 1981-1988 Edited by Gregory McNamee This wonderful time-capsule collection from the early years of The Bloomsbury Review contains interviews with Kay Boyle, William S. Burroughs, Wendell Berry, Joseph Campbell, Douglas Adams, Barry … Continue reading

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