This weekend, the 2012 Major League Soccer season begins. I’m incredibly excited about this, but I’m also worried about one thing — a matter of linguistic confusion, as it were.
If your French is good, we’d love a translation of what Camus is saying here in this 1957 interview at a soccer game. We’re assuming this is post-Nobel Prize winning. Watch it here.
Bites: PEN’s Spelling Bee, Fitzgerald’s Taxes, Whitman’s Jeans, Obama the Comic, France Hates Scientology, and more
Last night at Le Poisson Rouge, some of New York’s biggest writers got together for a spelling bee to benefit PEN American center’s literary journal, PEN America and the release of their eleventh issue, “Make Believe.” Lit. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tax returns.(Thanks, The Rumpus) Whoa, another e-reader from Barnes & Noble? I’m totally confused. Today, we’re tackling e-readers and book reading, I guess. First, Book Bench with Bruce McCalls’ new book Fifty Things to do with a Book (Now that […]