Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.
New Leonard Cohen album, Old Ideas, incoming. [via Pitchfork]
“For us undergraduate Derrideans, the writing had the effect of waking us up, putting us on edge. Later, we rediscovered the virtue of a simple sentence, but we were never again as we were.” [via The Book Bench]
Talkng to James Frey. [via Esquire]
A rather inspiring stories for writers and writers-to-be. [via The Paris Review]
Did I mention that the Goodman Arts Centre website is up? [via Goodman Arts Centre]
“In January 2006 a friend and I exchanged a number of amusing emails that resulted in the invention of a new art movement we called metadadaism. Intended as affectionate satire on contemporary art, at the core of metadadaism was a fictional exhibition titled Nothing — an empty art gallery.” [via The Guardian]
A reuinon picture for The Princess Bride. [via Kotaku]
Slavoj Žižek the actor. [via The Guardian]
- Huayi is back.
- Julian Barnes wins the Booker.
- César Aira.
- Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore separate.
- Epigram’s Singapore Classics at the SWF.
- Thom Yorke.