What should one do at such a critical juncture of nothing-doing but plop oneself square on the couch and turn on the TV?
You could, for example, walk down the street to the art gallery you’ve lived here so long without even once peeking your head into.
The folks over at Ithentic – a really interesting online media web site that just released The Zeroes – were kind enough to interview yours truly. Thus, after years of interviewing others, here’s my time in the hot seat. And, as you’ll see, the seat was very hot indeed.
An old review of mine, on Piotr Gwiazda’s poetry collection Gagarin Street. It appeared in the October 2006 edition of Jacket Magazine.
“The best chess club in town is in a basement,” says Marshan Karaketom, former president of the Moscow Chess Federation. “We call it the cowboy chess club!”
For those of you really, really, really bored… check out my college thesis.