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Elliot Moss Tickets The Garrison Toronto Thursday, June 29 - Elliot Moss Tickets The Garrison Toronto Thursday, June 29 Elliot Moss Thursday, June 29 Doors @ 8:00 PM MDT Show @ 8:00 PM MDT Price: $15.00 Ages: 19 and Over TICKETS Advance tickets also available at Rotate This & Soundscapes www.collectiveconcerts.com Elliot Moss Elliot Moss is a 21-year-old multi-instrumentalist songwriter and producer from New York who has drawn comparisons to Bon Iver, Chet Faker, Washed Out and James Blake ...
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Guitarist James Litherland wrote the song that inspired 'The Wilhelm Scream'.
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April 20th, 2017.


What books are currently on your night stand?

“American Rust,” by Philipp Meyer, because his last historical novel, “The Son,” was such an amazingly well-written, violently beautiful page-turner that I have to read what came before. “Film as Film: The Collected Writings of Gregory J. Markopoulos” (obscure, yes, but I remember his underground films fondly from the Jonas Mekas/Film Comment days). And the ultimate bedside book — “The Making of Americans,” by Gertrude Stein. I enormously respect its impenetrability. Maybe this is the best novel ever written, because you can’t read it. Not even two pages. I know, I’ve tried for the last 10 years.

What’s the last great book you read?

My friend Bruce Hainley had told me about a new book coming out called “This Young Monster,” by Charlie Fox, but I had forgotten all about it until the publisher Fitzcarraldo Editions in London sent me this beautifully designed French-flap-style paperback original. Good God, where did this wise-beyond-his-years 25-year-old critic’s voice come from? His breath of proudly putrefied air is really something to behold. Finally, a new Parker Tyler is on the scene. Yep. Mr. Fox is the real thing.

What classic novel did you recently read for the first time?

Well, I had read “Swann’s Way” way back in the late ’60s when I worked at Provincetown Bookshop, but I had never read Lydia Davis’s translation, so I did recently because I loved her collection of short stories “Can’t and Won’t” so much. Can a translator have groupies? If so, I am hers.

What’s your favorite book no one else has heard of?

“The Joint,” by James Blake. A sexy, funny gayly-incorrect prison memoir that Genet might have liked.

What’s the last book that made you laugh?

The book itself didn’t make me laugh, but the title sure did: “Queer Bergman.” He wasn’t.

The last book to make you cry?

“The Visiting Privilege,” by Joy Williams. “The dead just forget you,” a character reasons, and boy, that is a sobering, ego-crushing thing to tell someone.

The last book that made you furious?

“Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of Ota Benga,” by Pamela Newkirk. The true story of a Congolese man who is held captive and exhibited next to an orangutan in the Bronx Zoo in the early 1900s. Yes, I said true.

What do you read for solace? For escape? For sheer pleasure?

Solace? “Pol Pot,” by Philip Short. I feel so lucky I didn’t have to live under his rule. I don’t want to “escape” when I read a book; I want to enter a new world that disturbs me. Sheer pleasure? Michel Houellebecq’s novels always put me in a good mood.

What are your favorite books about film? About art?

I like film books at the bottom of the barrel and art books at the top. “The Ghastly One,” by Jimmy McDonough, is a hilarious biography of one of the most hideous directors who ever picked up a movie camera, Andy Milligan. Even worse is “A Thousand and One Night Stands,” by H. A. Carson, the alarming story of porno star, drug addict and alcoholic Jon Vincent, who complains he didn’t get enough credit for inventing onscreen sexual “verbal abuse.” On the other end of the spectrum is “Daybook,” by Anne Truitt, an intelligent, simple and moving record of what an artist’s day-to-day life is really like.

Please recommend books about Baltimore or by Baltimore writers.

Anne Tyler is now a friend (and we never agree on books we like), but I started reading her way before I met her. “Ladder of Years” is my favorite of hers, and it perfectly describes what it is like to be a Baltimorean; unpretentious, impervious to the outside world and layered in eccentric family traditions. Laura Lippman also writes about our fair city with a plot-driven, knowing, gritty and smart realism.

Which writers — novelists, playwrights, critics, journalists, poets — working today do you admire most?

When her English publisher asked me for a blurb for “Transit,” I sent back, “Rachel Cusk is too smart for her own good,” and I meant this as the ultimate compliment. She doesn’t suffer fools, and I like that in a writer. I gave Ottessa Moshfegh’s novel “Eileen” to everybody as a Christmas present last year, and her new collection of short stories, “Homesick for Another World,” will scorch you like a blowtorch.

What genres do you especially enjoy reading? And which do you avoid?

I used to like true crime, despite having to browse in that obscure section of the bookstore way back near the restrooms, but lately there’s been nothing published in that field that sends me over the moon. Science fiction is something I never understood. I would have no idea what is good or bad in that genre.

How do you like to read? Paper or electronic?

Paper. I like the weight of the book, the cover, the text on the printed page. Especially if I paid full price for it at an independent bookstore I love.

What book might people be surprised to find on your shelves?

That Bob Hope biography by Richard Zoglin. It’s really, really good.

What’s the best book you’ve ever received as a gift?

I collect weird sex pulp paperbacks, especially with the outdated slang word “chicken” in the title. I have 52 of them. Last year Kayo Books, my favorite used-book store in the world, sent me one I didn’t have as a gift: “Chain Gang Chicken.”

Who is your favorite fictional hero or heroine? How about your favorite fictional villain?

Ignatius J. Reilly in “A Confederacy of Dunces” is pretty hard to beat. Villains? Every character in Bruce Wagner’s “Dead Stars,” the cruelest book ever written.

What kind of reader were you as a child?

Grade school ruined reading for me by demanding book reports for such snore-a-thons as Benjamin Franklin’s biography written for children. I wanted to read “Hot Rod” and “Street Rod,” by Henry Gregor Felsen, but my teachers hadn’t heard of them. It wasn’t until I was a teenager and Grove Press came along and introduced me to Burroughs, Marguerite Duras and the Marquis de Sade that I became a real bookworm.

If you could require the president to read one book, what would it be?

“Surgery of the Anus, Rectum and Colon,” by J. C. Goligher.

You’re organizing a literary dinner party. Which three writers, dead or alive, do you invite?

A three-martini lunch with Jane Bowles, Jean Rhys and Grace Metalious.

Disappointing, overrated, just not good: What book did you feel you were supposed to like, and didn’t?

Well, I participated in my friend Philip Hoare’s “Moby-Dick Big Read” because I knew how much he loves this novel, but even reading parts of it aloud didn’t bring me an ounce of pleasure.

Whom would you want to write your life story?

A biographer I could control from beyond the grave.

What do you plan to read next?

Karl Ove Knausgaard’s “My Struggle: Book 6.” Hurry up, you lazy English translators. It seems like I finished Volume 5 ages ago!
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William Blake (1757-1827)
Birth- William Blake was born at Board Street in Soho, London, England on 28 November 1757.

Father and Mother- His father"s name was James Blake and mother"s name was Catherine Blake. His mother's full name was Catherine Wright Armitage Blake. His father was a draper (कपड़ा विक्रेता) from Westminster. She educated William at home, because he did not attend formal school in his childhood. http://englishstudy.co.in/William-Blake.html
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