of general interest
Lessons in Latent History
Steffen Hantke presents an archeology DeLillo's Underworld.
Enthralled by Systems
Chris Messenger reviews Tom LeClair's Passing Off.
Sorrentino's Synthetic Ink-quisitions
Anthony Miller interrogates Gilbert Sorrentino's metafictions.
The Powers of Horror
David Buuck decodes Dodie Bellamy's missives from beyond the grave.
Michael Wutz maps the cultural coordinates of William Everdell's First Moderns.
The Raging Reporter and His Snoring Biographer
Hilmar Schmundt reconsiders the life and art of the first 'new journalist'.
Hard Concepts and Soft Sells
Linda Brigham gets outside Cary Wolfe's systems.
Straight Out the Jungle
Matthew Fuller looks at ADILKNO'S analysis of the 'door as media,' the data
and 'World War Two as an extended traffic accident,' and other
touchstones compiled in The Media Archive.
The Intellectual after World War III: Arno Schmidt's Science Fiction
Ursula Heise reads Arno Schmidt's science fiction.
Architecture as a Narrative Medium
Christine Bucher, reviewing Beatriz Columnina, considers the narrative and photographic
dimensions of interiors designed by Adolf Loos and Le Corbusier.
"Oh Say Can You See It's All a Show": Bill and Gennifer and Bob and Paula and Jay and Monica and Dave
and Hillary and Vernon and Karla Rush for Coverage on the 6:00
Uterine News (A Review-Enactment)
H. Kassia Fleisher watches TV and reads Campaign '96: The View from the Couch.
Pre/post-erous: La Jetée ciné-roman
(>--woven into ebr9) Jon Wagner, Tracy Biga Mclean, and Chris Peters look at how an avant-garde classic writes its opposite in La Jetée, ciné-roman by Chris Marker and Bruce Mau.
Object Lessons: From Work to Text to Book
(>--woven into ebr9) Andrew Blauvelt juxtaposes the corporate history Thinkbook and Rem Koolhass's S, M, L, XL.