Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Matt Bell reviews Caitlin's piece "Only This Torn Room Forever Sleeps," which appears in the newest issue of Hayden's Ferry Review, and declares it blew him away.

Matt Bell, I salute your taste in prose.

HFR editor Beth Staples is now offering free copies of the issue:

"For those of you who have not yet gotten a copy of the issue, drop an email to HFR@asu.edu, and we'll get your copy right out. You can read it, and then give it as a Christmas gift (if you're a cheapskate). Or, you can take advantage of our buy-one-subscription-get-another-one-free offer (also available at HFR@asu.edu), so you and a friend can both enjoy your own copies."


Minimalist photography by London-based Nicholas Hughes. From his collection "In Darkness Visible 2005 – 2007":


New Issue of Experimental Conversations (an online journal of experimental film, art cinema and video art) focuses on Spanish Avant-Garde Film.


A New York Film Festival panel discussion hosted by Film Comment
September 27, 2008, at the Walter Reade Theater



Matt Duffin earned a B.S. in Architecture at the University of Houston, then decided not to be an architect:

Billboard Blinders

Tighty Whitey

Mr. Answers