Some tidbits for your Tuesday mid-morning.An article that mentions Rapture as one of writer Jay McInerney's favorite erotic novels.The Good Life on the Big Bad Salmon in Condé Nast Traveler, by Susan:From mathieu-bourgois.com (includes a bio in French):From Steffen Thalemann Photography:Susan wrote this for Ms. Magazine: Since I'm assuming others will take along the favorite classics, I would take with me the less-often chosen short stories of Flannery O'Connor, the stories of John O'Hara, and those of Franz Kafka. O'Connor to cover the American South and the questions of grace and morality, which she does with so sharp and unyielding an eye. O'Hara to capture the seedy underside of urban life and suburbia, which he does by tuning his unerring ear to the power and humor of sex. And Kafka, because his sense of the absurd has been such a bright and influential light in twentieth-century literature that he would pretty much cover the rest. His light would be welcome in this next darkness.And I'm not entirely sure but this could be from Poems 4 a.m.:
Sunday evening. Breakdown hour. Weeping into a pot of burnt rice. Sun dimmed like a light bulb gone out behind a gray lawn of snow. The baby flushed with the flu asleep on a pillow. The fire won't catch. The wet wood's caked with ice. Sitting on the couch my spine collides with all its bones and I watch my husband peer past the glass grate and blow. His back in a snug plaid shirt gray and white leaning into the woodstove is firm and compact like a young man's back.
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