Fuck the censors.--Steve FlyOne of Comstock's first actions was to obtain the passage of a strong federal indecency law--which was then used to pursue authors and publishers of novels including works by Balzac and Tolstoy. This law today is largely dead on the books though never repealed, as a result of many leading free speech … Continue reading James Joyce and the Comstockery of internet.
By what miracles of linguistic mastery and literary imagination could Chinese characters be made to capture Joyce’s mind-bending manipulations of the alphabet? By what subtleties of cross-cultural understanding could the specificities of Ireland and its mythologies be translated for a Chinese audience? -- http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jun/13/james-joyce-china-bloomsday-chinese-reputation...the alphabet vs. the equation....?
In late April 2000, San Franciscopossibly at 1015 FolsomI joined Terence Mckenna'swaketoday i miss Terence and his wiseplayful wordwhirl languaginglate 20th century modern teller ofthe tale of the tribe:Joyce and McLhuanand Vicohere comes everybody...R.I.P Terence. (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000)Terence McKenna - Surfing Finnegan's Wake
Pilot Plan for Concrete Poetry (1958)Augusto de Campos, Decio Pignatari, Haroldo de Campos: BrazilFrom Concrete Poetry: A World View, 1968, ed Mary Ellen Solt RELATED RESOURCES: Haroldo de Campos in UbuWeb Historical Augusto de Campos in UbuWeb Historical Decio Pignatari in UbuWeb Historical "Concrete Poetry: A World View : Brazil" in UbuWeb Papers "The Imperative … Continue reading Pilot Plan for Concrete Poetry (1958)
James Joyce's 'last undiscovered' collection to be publishedTen 'epiclets' written after Ulysses in 1923, have been published together for the first time, causing a rift among scholars as to how they fit in to the Joyce canon"Penned by Joyce in 1923, and described by the author as "epiclets", the pieces range from vignettes or sketches … Continue reading Once lost now found James Joyce to see daylight
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)
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
SNIPPET FROM: An end to bad heir days: The posthumous power of the literary estate By Gordon Bowker The question of rights in Joyce's work was a fraught one even during his lifetime. Fearing prosecution, no one would publish Ulysses complete and unabridged until Sylvia Beach, the American bookseller in Paris, bravely did so in … Continue reading Joyce Pound Shaw and Ulysses in Porno-mags