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Welcome to the 'sphere. Looking forward to the effects of your influence. Given the recent NYTBR brouhaha, your timing couldn't be better.

I do wonder (as I have on my own site, at length), however, if it's literary criticism that needs revitalization or literature itself. The question of literature's relevancy is one that plagues me - I hope you'll weigh in on that.

Good luck & good blogging!

Mark Sarvas
The Elegant Variation

Brian Sholis

I have just come to your site via Splinters (part of Spike Magazine) and look forward to browsing your archives. Reading this statement of purpose leads me to believe that you may take an interest in my weblog, which purports to discuss contemporary (visual) art in a similar manner. Best wishes.

- Brian

Laura J. W. Ryan

Hi, I just wandered in via the lovely blog "Isak" by Anna Clark...I'm always in search of "something more"...I'll be happily browsing through the archives and such...I'll add a link to my blog so others can find you through me.

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