11.7.10

Disjecta: This week's links

Colin Forth in Tom Ford's adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's 'A Single Man'

Colin Firth in Tom Ford's adaptation of A Single Man

Literature:

QuercusBooks: Publisher is now on Twitter
William S. Burroughs: Brion Gysin, William Burroughs, and the secret life of a building on the Bowery.
Philip K. Dick, Interview in France, 1977: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Christopher Isherwood: An excerpt from A Single Man
Most Reclusive Authors of the 20th Century
Real People Behind Famous Fictional Characters
Joyce Carol Oates: New collection of essays and reviews, In Rough Country
Bram Stoker Commemorative Plaque removed 'illegally'
Samuel Beckett on Marcel Proust

Philosophy:

Slavoj Žižek: Interview with the Daily Telegraph with opinions on 'every subject, from decaffeinated coffee to sex, from seagulls and swearing to the end of the world'.
Maurice Blanchot: A conversation about the proofs of Maurice Blanchot’s L’Entretien infini at Houghton Library
Carl Jung on Death

Music

Lou Reed: Improvisation at jazz festival prompts anger from the audience

Film & Television:

Alfred Hitchcock: BFI launches search for missing Alfred Hitchcock film
Alfred Hitchcock: BFI Project 'Save the Hitchcock 9' aims to preserve the director's early silent films

Art:

Finding Edward Hopper's Nighthawks
The Political World of Pablo Picasso

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