Archive | February, 2003

The Dead Shiite’s Kalashnikov: Preston Merchant on Poetry after 9/11

Post-9/11 Art & Poetry Last summer, on the subway from Queens to Manhattan, I noticed the woman next to me reading from a stack of binder-clipped pages–the telltale sign of a novel-in-progress. Such a situation on the subway usually promises better over-the-shoulder reading than the dreary New York Times or the sensationalist Post, so, as […]

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Logue Generals

All Day Permanent Red by Christopher Logue. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $18.00. As Reviewed By: Peter Campion Christopher Logue is a knave of the old stripe. His bad behavior in the English army during the Second World War landed him in a military detention camp for sixteen months. As an actor and screen-writer in the […]

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