Monday, January 03, 2005

Literary blogs

Via Tingle Alley and Maud Newton, a Denver Post article about literary weblogs: "What's great about blogs," he [Mad Max Perkins] says, "is how particular the voice and point of view of each is; their idiosyncratic, here's-what's-on-my mind nature makes the experience wonderfully intimate, and the people involved in them are for the most part incredibly smart and interesting and thoughtful."

And, of course, there are others who are lazy procrastinators who quote others a dang whole lot.

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