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  • 'Artful' by Ali Smith reads slapdash

     'Artful' by Ali Smith reads slapdash
    At least since whoever wrote "The Arabian Nights" invented postmodernism, we have been visited by metafiction — literature folding in on itself to address its own fictionality. At its best we get "Don Quixote," "Tristram Shandy," Jorge Luis Borges' stories, Chuck Jones' "Duck Amuck." At its worst we get Paul Auster. Ali Smith's new collection, "Artful" &8212; the text of her Weidenfeld lectures, delivered at Oxford last February — isn't bad, but it's no "Duck Amuck." 
  • Daphne Lee Martin extends her reach with the new album 'Moxie'

    Daphne Lee Martin extends her reach with the new album 'Moxie'
    Daphne Lee Martin CD Release Party With Quiet Life, M.T. Bearington, Jan. 25, 10 p.m., The Oasis Pub, 16 Bank St., New London, (860) 447-3929, facebook.com/theoasispub   There are songwriters who'd rather get all of their teeth pulled than talk...

    Angle of repose

    It is quiet out here today. It often is at the old graveyard. A soft wind plays over the monuments. Not a cloud in the sky this cold but bright weekday. No one else appears. Now and then I see others here, the walkers and talkers. Like the man who...

    Yasmina Reza publishes new novel in France

    Yasmina Reza, the Tony Award-winning French dramatist whose stage hits include "Art" and "God of Carnage," has a new work out this month but it isn't a play. Reza has published a new novel in France titled "Heureux les Heureux." The 190-page book...

    Occasionally atrocious

    Occasionally atrocious
    Every writer -- even the great ones -- suffers rejection. Several years ago, The Missouri Review went digging in the Alfred A. Knopf archives and retrieved a collection of in-house readers' reports documenting the publisher's rejection of several...