Saturday, January 21, 2012
Joyce's new look
My book on James Joyce has a new livery -- very pleasing to see it in this more colourful design. Order it now if you feel so inclined.
Meanwhile, on the world stage:
It’s a heady thought — if a bit preposterous — that a few lines of verse might undermine a government. But poetry, it is now clear, can be tantamount to treason in China, just as it was in Czechoslovakia (Václav Havel), the Soviet Union (Joseph Brodsky and many others) and other authoritarian regimes of yesteryear.
Read more about Chinese poets in trouble in the International Herald Tribune.