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'Spend[s] [his] years squandering / Courage for the years of wandering / Through a world politely turning / From the loutishness of learning.' - S.B.

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Joined Twitter 11/4/19


@TheNuminous1 ‘This movie is how I want to write’ - what a way of putting it! The Halloween of the past decade. @CSlatsky Agreed! I was fortunate enough to have briefly met @AaronMoorhead and @JustinBenson after a screening of… https://t.co/Lj6ejnAl2h
10/23
2020
Werner Herzog’s answer to ‘How many languages can you speak?’ https://t.co/oUUVPZmX8i
10/10
2020
@TheNuminous1 What a film! @MichaelTCisco Aickmanesque. Maybury awakes in his room in ‘The Hospice’.
10/1
2020
@misanthropemike Thumbs up!
9/25
2020
#NewProfilePic https://t.co/dTQTzGlH1x
9/18
2020
@MichaelTCisco Wow. New one to me too.Toys always keep vigil. (I’ve become obsessed with this old nutcracker. Or, perhaps, it has become obsessed with me… https://t.co/FEftzBJbN8
9/14
2020
@MichaelTCisco When is the Russian Divinity Student going to be published? I look forward to reading that novel in… https://t.co/BrVsBQKkH2
9/11
2020
Russian modernist Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky was saved twice: once by the reemergence of his archive, and again throu… https://t.co/1GD2tEvNUO
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9/2
2020
@XAldanaReyes It’s a hell of a movie, so grotesquely wonderful. @XAldanaReyes @Stevevolkwriter Indeed! And the translations are an improvement on the Lowell Blair. https://t.co/Xux3jiI0L5
8/27
2020
@MichaelTCisco Footnote: the Thai horror film ‘Shutter.’
8/22
2020
@GrimscribePress @MichaelTCisco Now that’s a cover! @CSlatsky I’ll definitely try this out. Funnily enough, this is how I heard the Judge’s voice when I first read the… https://t.co/cKKhDqCP7V
8/17
2020
@airplanereading These are deadly, so a neighbor to be well wary of.
8/14
2020
@NightscapePress @MattMBartlett @jon__padgett @kickstarter Handsome nightmares!
8/12
2020
@MichaelTCisco The Goldberg Vars were written by Bach to make the said rich fellow fall asleep, so I take it the sl… https://t.co/vUsIcecls5 @briangdillon The Chris Marker connection is fascinating.
8/9
2020
@huwmarsh @BloomsburyLit @QMULsed Congratulations, Huw! Very cool cover.
8/7
2020
@ibogost Ahaha, terrific. @MichaelTCisco ‘Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!’ By the looks of it, the Count did… https://t.co/f6d6EAfvpJ @jon__padgett If it’s darker than the stories in The Secret of Ventriloquism, then I’ll need to stock up on tranquilizers.
8/6
2020
Watch the Opening Credits of an Imaginary 70s Cop Show Starring Samuel Beckett https://t.co/vk7TCZrKhD via @openculture
4/15
2020
The neighbours have invited me over to look around this amazing sculpture they’ve built out of panic-bought toilet… https://t.co/Mg1EYwjgzn
Retweeted by Leonid Bilmes @MichaelTCisco '...you will have 27 bullets in you. And one of them will be mine.' I need to really work on my Herz… https://t.co/ZVTwQSABwB
4/9
2020
@TheOuterDark @Anya99 Thanks, Anya. It’s really good to hear this.
3/30
2020
@MichaelTCisco Blimey! @TheOuterDark https://t.co/hVGFDN84hN @Wakefield_Press https://t.co/hVGFDN84hN
3/22
2020
"In almost every story, a character finds himself confronted by an 'apparent omnipresence' of malevolent intent." L… https://t.co/4dFKsrnytf
Retweeted by Leonid BilmesMy review of Jean Ray’s Cruise of Shadows, one of the all-time great collections of the weird tale, including “The… https://t.co/r4eySvE9j4
3/21
2020
Michael Dirda with some suggestions for escapist reading that includes our own Jean Ray books...https://t.co/hJxScs2ujn
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3/20
2020
Fini's Rogomelec has taken on physical form! Wakefield Press office has closed down for now as we wait out C19 scen… https://t.co/LfLsyCXxGB
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3/19
2020
“I owe the best days of my life and my deepest-felt emotions to literature.” Anton Chekhov from a letter to Al… https://t.co/5f4XFwTUBG
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3/18
2020
@gemmafiles Yes - Glenn Gould channelling Bach is a near daily staple.
3/17
2020
I’ve seen this one at the Whitney: digging Dark. https://t.co/gxZKqKfl7M
2/18
2020
My Stiegler review has been translated into Protuguese for Outras Palavras. Thanks to translator Filipe Calabrez an… https://t.co/nrufo0RpcF
2/17
2020
@MichaelTCisco Yes! The creepy lady on the left reminds me of Arabella Rokeby, from “The Visiting Star”. @MichaelTCisco Wow!
2/15
2020
A sentence worth a whole shelf of philosophy: ‘Philosophy, art, and science are not the mental objects of an objec… https://t.co/pcNUj6enbS
1/20
2020
Born #OTD in 1925 - Gilles Deleuze. Explore our journal, Deleuze and Guattari Studies: https://t.co/jAOPTEgAAP https://t.co/oSSFVlWa4u
Retweeted by Leonid Bilmes @gemmafiles Astonishing film, I saw this as a wee boy in Moscow in the early 90s. The Hieronymus Bosch comparison is spot on! @MichaelTCisco René Magritte - in a parallel universe - after reading Thomas Ligotti.from Carnival of Souls https://t.co/Gwieaq2Qb7
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1/18
2019
@kswilkinson1 @huwmarsh @the_blochian Congrats! Well done, now you can have a well-deserved rest after that long wait. Fantastic news!
12/19
2019
Rabbit ear, or sycamore seed? https://t.co/S5R3y09lkfJean Ray's Cruise of Shadows finally in port! Haunted stories of land and sea from Belgium's father of the school o… https://t.co/CpaafkYAT8
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12/11
2019
My review of Jean Ray’s Whiskey Tales (Wakefield Press, 2019) https://t.co/VFfcEwhR7m
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11/30
2019
My review of Jean Ray’s Whiskey Tales (Wakefield Press, 2019) https://t.co/VFfcEwhR7m
11/24
2019
@politybooks https://t.co/wDcvy7T0Rn
11/19
2019
For small erections may be finished by their first architects; grand ones, true ones, ever leave the copestone to posterity.
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11/14
2019
a laugh's the wisest, easiest answer to all that's queer
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11/13
2019
sculpture by Sabrina Gruss https://t.co/CUcmLVn3uz
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11/10
2019
"Why is political hope becoming defunct in so many young people today? This is the question Bernard Stiegler poses… https://t.co/Fel6JRjgCO
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11/9
2019
Fellow passerines, here's my first caw! https://t.co/fjF6wEXeik via @lareviewofbooks
11/7
2019

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