Rojak: Sleepy Sunday.

Rojak is a regular collection of assorted links as well as a bulletin summarising the week (or thereabouts) on this blog.

Good day, one and all. It’s a sleepy day over here because of football last night. Let’s catch up on the world with a few links and such.


Aleksandar Hemon on Jorge Luis Borges’s “Funes the Memorious”. [via The Daily Beast]

While we’re on the topic of Borges, here is a quote. [via New Directions Publishing]

Joseph Brodsky reads you a love poem. [via YouTube]

“I’m literally crying right now. I’ve been working on this on-and-off all day, arguing at ALTA people, stressing about the conference, and repressing the fact that Michael’s death is extremely sad and that I may never meet anyone this amazing, this giving, this selfless again my life.” Over at Three Percent, Chad Post writes about the late Michael Henry Heim. [via Three Percent]

Beck remixes Philip Glass for 20 minutes of awesome. [via Pitchfork]

Interview with two members of Ultraísta. [via Consequence of Sound]

Here is a list of banned books and how they were banned. [via the American Library Association]

Finally we end off with this short interview with Perfume Genius about his new video for “Take Me Home”. [via Pitchfork]

Here is said video: [via YouTube]


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