Posts Tagged: Eli Horowitz
That uneasiness even tech-savvy readers feel about e-books—what about the smell of binding glue? the sound of turning pages?—demonstrates how even if we accept digital readers, we still love the heft and texture of an old-fashioned paper book.
If you’re interested in creating that heft and feel yourself, you’ll find no better event than the Night Writer Society’s seminar on bookmaking, this Friday at 7:30 in San Francisco....more
UR Chicago interviews McSweeney’s editor Eli Horowitz in anticipation of his appearance at Columbia’s Story Week. Horowitz offers thoughts on publication, his book The Clock Without a Face, Adam Levin bobbleheads, and being inspired by facts.
“Just doing something out of pure imagination is confusing and almost a little scary to me....more
This week in San Francisco, it’s Ladies Night at The Rumpus! Also, Dave Eggers plays ping pong, art for the blind, sitting and lying in protest of the Sit/Lie law, and crafty alternatives to traditional holiday shopping.
Monday 12/13: What do the Jackson Arms Shooting Range and The Rumpus have in common today?...more