Monthly Archive: June, 2011

My Business Is to Create: Blake’s Infinite Writing by Eric G. Wilson

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Within the confines of 85 pages, Eric Wilson’s My Business Is to Create: Blake’s Infinite Writing offers a cornucopia for the aspirant writer.  The tiny book defies conventional categories, much like its subject,… Continue reading

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Digging Deeper: A Memoir of the Seventies, by Peter Weissman

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Peter Weissman’s I Think, Therefore Who Am I? took place during the Summer of Love.  It was an intimate exploration of the Sixties, the most glorified or vilified decade in recent history, depending… Continue reading

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Inside Gilligan’s Island: from creation to syndication (1988) by Sherwood Schwartz

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Just sit right back and you’ll hear a tale, A tale of a fateful trip That started from this tropic port Aboard this tiny ship. The mate was a mighty sailing man, The… Continue reading

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