Sunday, February 28, 2010

The Unkindness of Crow

"Crow is the fallen angel, old man death, Christ, Ulysses," Eagle Twin guitarist Gentry Densley says. "The universality of myth is something that figures strong in Eagle Twin."

Pittsburgh City Paper

(Via James)

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Tonight! (Saturday 2/20)

Tonight at 8! Reading with Lynne Tillman, plus film & music, for "Impossible Geometries"—at 177 Livingston in the heart of Brooklyn.

More info here...and here...

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Look alive

Quick heads’ up letting you know that Eve Ensler is going to be coming through the office this afternoon, so Jared if you could deconstruct your little cup-fortress, and Bethany maybe put away the vintage Walkman for an hour, that would be great.
Good Jobbb

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Time Out on this Saturday's (2/20) event in Brooklyn:

The multidisciplinary benefit party Impossible Geometries, for the online journal Triple Canopy and the art-film space Light Industries, kicks off with readings by Ed Park and Lynne Tillman, follows with films and music, and promises to be the literary bash of the week.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Two February readings

On February 20, at 177 Livingston in Brooklyn—a benefit for Light Industry, Triple Canopy, and the Public School:

Then on Wednesday, February 24, I'll be appearing at Housing Works with Hari Kunzru and Mary Gaitskill for a Bookforum event:

Why not come to both?

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Up and down

At work I climbed from office boy to field officer to regional sales manager to CFO, and then back down again. —Luc Sante, "Flannel Ball" (at Significant Objects)

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The sting

From the stinging embarrassment of the company softball team’s record-setting losses to the odd, enchanting power of a Post-it, Park repeatedly finds ways to turn the minutiae of office work into exciting, inviting prose.