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December 21, 2012 | All Day |

The Last Reading on Earth, Ever: A Marathon Reading of Apocalyptic Writing

InDigest is hosting an online reading Friday, December 21st, of apocalyptic poems and stories to welcome the day of the apocalypse, the day of our ultimate doom. We’ve had the interns here in the InDigest Offices working night and daymore…

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Our Commutual Mea Culpa

I have a thing for forgeries. Well, not forgeries at large, but wolves in sheepskins. The kind of writing that makes you complicit in its lie, that comes off the page and has to sell itself to you as moremore…

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Draw a Map of the World

InDigest editor Dustin Nelson has a new project going, and he needs you to draw him a map of the world. Here are the details from his blog: I’m trying to get a maps project off the ground and Imore…

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What We’ve Been Reading: On Drink

by Dustin Luke Nelson On Drink seems to me to be an essential element in the bookshelf of a modern gentleman. Kingsley Amis’ bible for the drinking man provides a variety of referential tools for the functional alcoholic. It’s amore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

Dustin Luke Nelson: I’m, again, feeling like I’ve done nothing but eat Doritos and watch hockey since the last one of these. (In my defense it is playoff time, and the Wild were in the thick of the race formore…

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InDigest WikiLeaks Centos Benefit Reading

We’re happy to announce that we’re participating in a benefit reading for Long Island Food Not Bombs on March 19th. The benefit will feature authors from the InDigest WikiLeaks Centos chapbook reading from their poems from the book, as wellmore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

Alex Lemon Journey to the End of the Night by Céline: “her behavior to me had been most crummily ruthless.” The Gnostics by David Brakke: “Another metaphor for this way of viewing early Christianity is warfare…” Re-reading The Happiest Babymore…

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Wikileaks Centos: Dustin Luke Nelson

President Zapatero is highly unlikely to in the near term on this question the second Lula government will refocus “quality relationships with traditional partners” we remain circumspect personal proclivities appears to have an intent dislike or fear of staying onmore…

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What We’ve Been Reading

Kate Casanova: Suburban Safari: A Year on the Lawn by Hannah Holmes is a charming look at what goes on in our back yards. Or at least Hannah’s. This work of nonfiction unfolds the dramas of squirrels, crows, and foliage.more…

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What We’ve Been Reading

Ashleigh: I just finished The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead. I enjoyed it so much that the night I finished it, I dreamt I was reading the (non-existent) sequel. Stead doesn’t so much tell a story as completelymore…

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An Interview with Jacob Ritari

Jacob Ritari’s debut novel Taroko Gorge is misleading, in a good way. It’s sprawling and never really about what it’s about. It’s provocative, if only in the sense that it prods your mind to step outside of the novel tomore…

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