Liffissippi River to Joyce’s Poundland

...and when the mode of themusic changes                           the walls of the                                    city shake     a perspective from relative place                  humbled individual to their partin universe and othersingle individuated mind                                      in timegathering tales and knick knacks               of history into a trick bagdo you feel melody and riddim’ in verse       word sound image sandwichesattention to source                   to _____ … Continue reading Liffissippi River to Joyce’s Poundland

1922 year 1 of MODERNISM (Book review)

A new age dawned on October 30 1921, said Ezra Pound, who claimed that the Christian Era ended on the day that James Joyce finished the final paragraph of Ulysses. Three months later Joyce’s book was published on the palindromic date of 2/2/22 – his 40th birthday --http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/historybookreviews/9712690/Constellation-of-Genius-by-Kevin-Jackson-review.html

Joyce’s Voices by Bogus Magus (from Only Maybe blog)

Friday, June 01, 2012 Joyce's Voices For Bloomsday this year (16 June 2012) the BBC will be handing Radio 4 over to Ulysses. Throughout the day there will be readings of a special adaptation of the text, along with live broadcasts from Dublin (where fans re-enact moments from this complex book. Sadly, this may not … Continue reading Joyce’s Voices by Bogus Magus (from Only Maybe blog)

James Joyce children’s story The Cats of Copenhagen gets first publication

I wonder if QUANTUM PHYSICS INFLUENCED JOYCE'S COPENHAGEN INTERPRETATION OF CHILDRENS STORIES.I IMAGINE A COPY WILL SHORTLY APPEAR SOMEWHERE ON THE WEB LONG ENOUGH TO BEHOLD JOYCE'S NEWLY EMERGENT WRITINGS..James Joyce children's story The Cats of Copenhagen gets first publicationOriginally written for his grandson, 1936 tale issued in limited edition of 200 copies amid controversy … Continue reading James Joyce children’s story The Cats of Copenhagen gets first publication

A Response to some current events (Sopa, wikileaks, Joyce, Pipa)

A Response to some current events.A Joke for January 2012:“What are you in for, buddy?” said the Bad Bwoy“I got drunk and drove my car into a breast implant centre, killing two pedestrians and injuring six women because my wife planned to have em’ removed, i got 4 years.” Pipa replied... “what are you in … Continue reading A Response to some current events (Sopa, wikileaks, Joyce, Pipa)

Grand Deft Mamalujo and Joycean computer games 2012

My google alert just alerted me to a New Yorker artcle by Mark O'Connell called 'has James Joyce been set free?' which overviews the recent changes and probable ramifications of the copyright expiring on some-but-not-all of his work.Towards the end of the article Mark writes something very interesting to me, today, whereby he describes how … Continue reading Grand Deft Mamalujo and Joycean computer games 2012