Monthly Archives: January 2014

Just the facts, ma’am? (In a pig’s ear)

Further to today’s conversation about the author of The Lifespan of a Fact, John D’Agata. (Here is the piece I read about him.) The question is whether there’s any validity to the claim that it’s OK to change facts in … Continue reading

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Like You’ve Been Here Before

It pains me that we haven’t been cataloging all the food we’ve eaten since 2009, but maybe fifty years from now (when I fully expect both of us to be still alive), the four-plus years we missed will seem like … Continue reading

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