http://www.vimeo.com/18649053 The top video is by Scott Burton photography. John T. Edge writes about the origins of the Microplane as a kitchen tool in his United Tastes column today. I have four of these gadgets– the original (without a handle, and that most looks like their origin as a woodworking tool), a lemon zester, […]
Long, Last, Happy: New and Selected Stories by Barry Hannah is just out and available at Square Books in Oxford. It has nine of the eleven stories in Airships, an early story, “Trek,” from 1964, and not been previously collected, four new stories from the last ten years, and seventeen more stories selected from Barry’s various […]
William Grimes obit for Barry Hannah in the New York Times is well worth reading. Check it out.
At 5:00 (in about 10 minutes), Sid Salter is going to have Curtis Wilkie and some other guy from Oxford on the phone talking about Barry Hannah on Mississippi Supertalk Radio.
The Eagle has reported this. The Oxford Conference of the Book this weekend centers around his work.
I’ll just quote Barry’s flyer (first noting that Barry was the only person Jim allowed to call him Jimmy). This is a real opportunity.
The JIMMY HIGGINS MEMORIAL WORKSHOP
BARRY HANNAH – TEACHER
BEGINNING JUNE 11th, 2009 3:30 – 6:00 PM
RUNNING FOR 4-5 THURSDAYS FOLLOWING
Mr. Higgins recently passed after a heroic thirteen […]