Archive for the ‘Issue 7’ Category

Affirming his patriotism, “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” is currently Robert Pinsky´s favourite TV show

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In a recent interview with Matthew GilbertRobert Pinsky, the U.S. poet who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and who contributed poetry to Issue 7 of Interlitq, states that “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” is currently his favorite TV show:

“Favorite show right now, and why?

‘ The Daily Show With Jon Stewart,’  because it affirms my patriotism, has made me proud of our country: that we have this level of political comedy, admired all over the world.”

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Joyce Carol Oates writes: “In dreams the dead appear wordless…”

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Joyce Carol Oates, the U.S. novelist who contributed to number 7 of Interlitq, writes:

“In dreams the dead appear wordless. They do not seem to know that they are dead & we do not tell them.”

Joyce Carol Oates rests after National Cat Day

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates, the U.S. novelist who contributed to number 7 of Interlitq, writes:

“Resting after celebrating National Cat Day which was a day of particularly restful & rewarding naps.  Love to all!”

 

“You get the impression that, over the centuries, virtually any sort of strong emotion in women has been turned against them”: Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates, the U.S. novelist who contributed to number 7 of Interlitq, writes: “You get the impression that, over the centuries, virtually any sort of strong emotion in women has been turned against them.”

Joyce Carol Oates writes: “Nietzsche/ misogyny — Heidegger/ Nazism”

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Martin Heidegger

Martin Heidegger

Joyce Carol Oates, the U.S. novelist who contributed to number 7 of Interlitq, writes:

“Nietzsche/ misogyny — Heidegger/ Nazism”

Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates