Disjecta: This week's links

Your guide to this week's best cultural links
Philip Roth's Everyman


William S. Burroughs: This month's Featured Artist on A Piece of Monologue
J. G. Ballard on William S. Burroughs
Philip Roth: Interview about new novel, Nemesis, where Roth compares life to a Beckett play
Philip Roth: Interview with the Los Angeles Times on Nemesis
Philip Roth: Review of Nemesis that notes connections between other recent Roth books
Will Self: 3:AM Magazine reviews Self's new semi-fictional memoir, Walking to Hollywood
Will Self: The Independent reviews Walking to Hollywood
Where did the decadent novel go?
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Virginia Woolf Conference: June 2011
Being in Lieu: Jen Craig's new blog on contemporary literature

Philosophy & Critical Theory:

Continuum Philosophy: 2011 Catalogue
Derren Brown: Nigel Warburton of Philosophy Bites talks to Derren Brown on 'appearance' and 'reality'
Simon Critchley: An extract that implies a link between Critchley and literary critic Gabriel Josipovici

Film & Television:

William S. Burroughs: BFI screens William Burroughs: A Man Within documentary
Allen Ginsberg: Bringing Ginsberg's Howl to the screen
Samuel Beckett: Harold Pinter stars in a 2006 production of Krapp's Last Tape
Will Self: Documentary covering Self's research for Walking to HollywoodObsessed with Walking interviews the author in London and Los Angeles


Samuel Beckett: Krapp's Last Tape opens in London, with Michael Gambon in the lead
Jan Kott: Superfluidities Redux profiles the theatre critic and theoretician
William Shakespeare: Cardiff Shakespeare is now on Twitter
Thomas Bernhard: New York Times reviews production of Bernhard's Ritter, Dene, Voss

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