So we’re getting close to 48 hours of radioactivity here at chez Berri.Yesterday I was up and down and today feels more of the same. I’m pretty tired (though I may in fact, just be tired) and so have slept a fair amount. I get headaches from time to time. My mouth and eyes are dry. […]
The tech had just invited a resident to watch me taking my dose of radioactive iodine. I remarked that I was eager to photograph the pill. That wasn’t allowed–once the pill was out, it was going into me. No fun and games. We walked into a small room with a list of regulations on the […]
Why declare a hiatus when you can just go on one? I’ve been thinking a lot about what to do with this space, but come to no conclusions. The archive is good, so I’d like to keep that up at least. In the meantime, there’s been some malware trouble. I’ve cleaned up my mess, and […]
Looking back over the last six months of so, I have spent relatively little time reading completed books that weren’t either for teaching or directly related to something I was writing, or for something like a review of a tenure dossier. Of course, I read lots of incompleted books: dissertations, drafts of books, books being […]
Authors–especially academic authors–should always be happy when people want to read their work, and flattered by desire for access. And so please consider me flattered: thanks for reading and thanks for caring enough to tweet about it. But since Steven Shaviro’s comment mirrored my own confusion about a month ago (and has been making the […]
Footnotes to a transition.
(also available on wax cylinder, via 128kbps mp3): I returned home from Europe to find both my new books waiting for me. Although Amazon lists North American release dates in early August (and MP3 comes out on my birthday), the books are starting to reach people. MP3 is a gorgeous book and I have to […]