9 may. 2006
I picked up a copy of Bookforum over the weekend. It has Rushdie on Beckett, Bernstein on Guest, Gerald Early on jazz. All in all, about five or six articles that I really wanted to read right away. It struck me that this is what the New York Review of Books could be if it wanted to. That the NYRB or the NYTBR could open up its pages to reviews of Joshua Clover's new book Totality for Kids, or have an article about Barbara Guest by Charles Bernstein.