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Friday, 7 September 2007

Links, links, links

-- Geoffrey Philp reminds us that today is the birthday of the late Miss Lou.

-- In the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Richard Thompson reviews Edwidge Danticat's Brother, I'm Dying.

-- In Open Letters, Sam Sacks reviews Junot Díaz's Oscar Wao (thanks to CRB contibutor Garnette Cadogan for pointing this out).

-- And in the New York Times, Holland Cotter writes about the Mexican artist Laura Anderson Barbata's Jumbie Camp, a project based on her work with the Keylemanjahro moko jumbies in Trinidad. Photographer Stefan Falke gives some more information at his blog.

1 comment:

Stefan Falke said...

Thanks, Nicholas, and let me mention the exhibition "MAS', From Process To Procession", opening September 12. at the BRIC Rotunda Gallery in Brooklyn, curated by Claire Tancons. More at
greetings from Germany, Stefan