Saying shit I shouldn't since 1977.
Jacob McArthur Mooney, who couldn't penetrate the Fort Knoxesque security around here--a fella's got to protect hisself--writes in with the following, quite apt, observation:"Nice review. But I don't know if she's *insisting* on anything. And not everything Bookthug publishes would be called avant garde. I think we too often assume literary alliances in this country are based on aesthetics as opposed to the more nuts and bolts connections of friendship, proximity, and shared pubishing ambitions."
"Friendship, proximity, and shared publishing ambitions." That's what I mean by "social."
Alessandro Porco responds to Jacob Mooney:"Friendship, proximity, and shared publishing ambitions." That's what I meant by "social.""I have now fixed the problem--I think--that's been preventing people from commenting. Fire away.
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