Monthly Archives: December 2021
Proust and Thinking about Thinking Did anyone ever think more about thinking than Marcel Proust? (internal link) Or is that the wrong question? We hold more conversations with ourselves than with anyone else. But do we record them and write … Continue reading
I never thought of anyone covering Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights. Why try? But I just found out that there is a small raft of singers who attempt it. Kate Bush in the original sings in a key many vocalists can’t … Continue reading
December 27, 2021 Jake Mayer checks in: I’ve been following Kessinger/Literary Licensing since I’ve been involved in reprint publishing for the past 12 years. I have no idea about the employment scams, etc, listed above. What I do know is … Continue reading
From Jubilate Agno by Christopher Smart (1722 – 1771) All cats deserve an awesome poem, here, Smart writes what is certainly the most awesomeness ever penned for a cat.The brilliant John Frederick Nims relates, “After Cambridge, Smart supported himself in London … Continue reading
Too tired to properly discuss. Perhaps later.
Bryan Smalley’s funeral (internal link) Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail, And mortal life shall cease, I shall possess, within the veil, A life of joy and peace. Through many dangers, toils and snares, I have already come; … Continue reading
Overly sensitive types at the start of the Snowflake Era began substituting the word “problem” for the word “issue.” Today, “issues” is everywhere. Your car no longer has any problems but instead a number of issues to be taken care … Continue reading
Moby. Natural Blues. Oh Lordy, Lord, trouble so hard Oh Lordy, Lord, trouble so hard Don’t nobody know my troubles but God Don’t nobody know my troubles but God Oh Lordy, Lord, trouble so hard Oh Lordy, Lord, trouble so … Continue reading
Moon is to the west, undoubtedly a launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base, some 350+ miles to the West.