Friday, February 24, 2012
Yeah, well, I've been busy. Mostly doing stuff I can't really talk about, not because it's secret or anything, but because it's so dreadfully boring: taking the kids to school, making sack lunches, receiving rejection letters, and sleeping.
But fret no more. As today is a day to rejoice! For we finally have a decent review of The Exegesis to talk about. It's in today's LA Review of Books and it was written by Rob Latham. Read it here.
But first, check out this sentence:
...associate editor Davis, author of Techgnosis: Myth, Magic, and Mysticism in the Age of Information, assembled a diverse array of talents — including novelist Steve Erickson, critic N. Katherine Hayles, and blogger David Gill, whose website “Total Dick-head” is the best online compendium of Dickiana — to generate the shrewd, erudite, sometimes quite witty annotations.
I've criticized a lot of sentences on this blog, but, at last, I've found the perfect combination of predication, tone, subject matter, and everything. I'm in love.
Stay tuned for some other wicked cool stuff on the horizon. Secret awesome stuff not involving sack lunches.