Can't explain why it was such a tiring week: maybe it's just a tiring point in the semester? Anyway, I'm knackered, and am going to take the evening completely off for phenomenal laziness that may or may not involve novel-reading and a couple episodes of the (non-appealing) new season of Fringe.
On Tuesday I went to a lovely event - my long-ago tenth-grade English teacher Charlotte Pierce-Baker, now a professor at Vanderbilt, was at Columbia to speak about her distressing and moving memoir, This Fragile Life: A Mother's Story of a Bipolar Son. Haven't read it yet, but will do so soon.
Will Wiles on being published by Amazon's new literary fiction imprint (same publisher that's bringing out my novel in the spring).
Two takes: Phil Dyess-Nugent and James Parker on Neil Young's new memoir.
Richard Marshall interviews Paul Fry on various matters to do with theory and literature (good list of reading recommendations at the end!).
Check out Tough Mudder pics!
Light reading around the edges: Jami Attenberg's The Middlesteins (and here's a bonus link) and Invisible Murder, the second installment in an excellent Danish crime series.