This Week’s Reading, 06.05.12
This week: Ion Barladeanu, Rabelais’ cyclops, book carvings and more.
- Drawings from Rabelais’ Gargantua and Pantagruel. Bigger version here. [Thanks, DC].
- Collage artist Ion Barladeanu’s work goes on display in Prague until 26 May.
- Some pretty stupendous book carvings from Brian Dettmer.
- RIP, Adam Nathaniel Yauch and Edward C. Zacharewicz.
- Been a while since we linked a fellow publisher, so here’s Nightjar Press – “specialising in limited edition single short-story chapbooks by individual authors.” [Via David].
- The start of something? Hell if we know: Kindle getting elbowed from shelves at Target by the iPad.
- For those in London – a Williams S. Burroughs night this coming Wednesday.
- Chris Burden’s ‘Shoot‘:
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