Table-talk of Parkus Grammaticus for March 31, 2008
1. Tomorrow: Dzyd Dennis in conversation with Wong Kar-wai (!!??) at the Apple Store in Soho!
2. Vocabulary builder: "Rubber tires like these will never touch regolith, the abrasive dust and rock that covers the moon."
—"Not a Mercury or Saturn, but It Goes Way off the Road," NYT, 3/30/2008Preview
3. For the 26 files: Dzyd Kosiya sends us Stereolab's "Olv 26." (Dzyd Hannah has some other examples.)
4. In other music news, Driftwood Singers mentions the Psychic Envelopes song "Raleigh"—download your copy today!
5. On Harriet, Ada Limón hails Jennifer L. Knox's Drunk By Noon, which I highly recommend!
(Also: The Canarium cheekily offers reviews of individual poems from its own pages.)