Archive for December, 2008
Poet, essayist and Yale professor Elizabeth Alexander discusses the anticipated effect the Obama presidency will have on poets and poetry.
PANK Holiday Gift Guide
If you are at a loss as to what to give a loved one this holiday season, look no further. We have carefully prepared a holiday gift guide to satisfy everyone on your gift giving list. 1. A subscription to … Continue reading
Some interesting things…
Meet Barney Rosset, the most dangerous man in publishing. Enjoy books on the Nintendo DS? Does everyone hate Jonathan Safran Foer? Aren’t these shoes TO DIE FOR?
There Are Wondrous Things About
Enjoy Nabokov explaining how to pronounce Lo-li-ta, among other things.
PANK 3 in no longer accepting submissions.
All submissions that come in after today will be considered for PANK 4, both online and print.
PANK 1 & 2 are out of print.
That’s kind of exciting. We should probably print more. We probably will. But right now we’re enjoying the idea of both existing and having moved the merchandise. A testament to our writers, we thinks. Regardless, we’re still sticking to a … Continue reading
A Room of One’s Own
The Guardian has a nice little feature on writer’s rooms. Mine is generally whichever room I am currently inhabiting, but I do dream of a nice little book nook with a sizeable desk wherein I might more diligently attend to … Continue reading
NPR does its 2008 book dance.
All songs are about one thing, mostly
… at least, according to Marc Haynes, over at McSweeney‘s.
This is the time of year when publications create their Best of 2008 lists. Today, we have the Los Angeles Times, with their offerings for the Best Books of 2008.
Nobody Loves His $20,000 Baby
Tina Brown’s new venture, The Daily Beast has a lot of interesting things to say from a wide range of intersting voices. Today, read Daniel Nester’s account of he and his wife’s experience with IVF.
Your window draws to a close.
There’s still time to get submissions in for consideration for PANK No.3, the print edition. But not much. Reading for online content and for PANK No.4 continues unabated.