The Paris Review Posts All Of Its Interviews →
The Paris Review has posted all of its interviews online. From an interview with Robert Creeley in 1965: INTERVIEWER Do you have the sense of continually progressing—is there a sense in each successive poem of a new adventure? CREELEY A “new adventure” possibly—that is, like Melville’s sense, “Be true to the dreams of thy youth,” which Olson told me Melville had on the wall over his...
'The Social Network': A Review Of Aaron Sorkin's... →
“Zuckerberg faced no such barrier. For less than $1,000, he could get his idea onto the Internet. He needed no permission from the network provider. He needed no clearance from Harvard to offer it to Harvard students. Neither with Yale, or Princeton, or Stanford. Nor with every other community he invited in. Because the platform of the Internet is open and free, or in the language of the...
L Studio: The Desk :: Imaginary Forces :: Featured... →