The Nepotist, if you’re unaware, is an online journal run by a person who publishes his/her friends, and does so anonymously. What’s the over/under, do you think, on someone either deliberately or accidentally revealing The Neoptist’s identity? Should we start a pool?
D. W. Lichtenberg muses on Duotrope’s Good Bad and the Ugly list.
There are times when I come across an issue that obviously has a long history behind it of which I am completely unaware. The one I discovered a couple of days ago is over Kent Johnson’s “theory” that Kenneth Koch wrote Frank O’Hara’s “A True Account of Talking to the Sun at Fire Island.” Tony Towle responds here, and makes Johnson’s theory sound about as reasonable as Andrew Sullivan’s “questions” about Trig Palin’s birth mother.
Us poets get blamed for everything.