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This is an inventory all of all my film articles, updated whenever I write something new. I put the general / theoretical articles first, followed by more specific reviews and analyses. Christopher Nolan of course gets his own section, as does Drive. Enjoy!

Arguments for an expanded notion of cinema:

Other overviews:

Christopher Nolan:

Inception:

The Dark Knight Rises:

Drive:

The Hobbit:

Other movie reviews & analyses:

My Favorite New Movies (my yearly round-ups):

A D & Jeremy Talk about Movies:

Memorials:

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[I was tagged for this little masquerade twice, by Jeff Bursey and Jeremy M. Davies. So here is my contribution.]

What is the working title of the book?

“The Gloop, or The Least I Can Do.”

Where did the idea come from for the book?

Nightmares.

What genre does your book fall under?

Post-apocalyptic science-fiction horror.

What actors would you choose to play the part of your characters in a movie rendition?

I like how this question comes before the synopsis. Well, I’ve always thought Morrissey would make a brilliant actor, so Morrissey.

What is the one sentence synopsis of your book?

“A misanthropic old man lectures a young student on the nature of the world before it its destruction by the Gloop.” By “world” I mean “Chicago c. 2013.”

How long did it take you to write the first draft of the manuscript?

One week.

Who or what inspired you to write this book?

Barry N. Malzberg, J. R. R. Tolkien, zombie flicks, nightmares.

What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?

In includes pornographic parodies of Tolkien and zombie flicks.

Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency?

Dunno.

My tagged writers are:

Barry N. Malzberg, J. R. R. Tolkien, Morrissey.

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AAF at Myopic

Just sayin’.

…unless…it’s a second used copy?

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That’s this Tuesday, 8 January. The event starts at 7:30pm and will feature “poetry, fiction, and other literary sundries” by myself as well as Heather Marie Vernon, Daniela Olszewska, Melissa Severin, Meghan Lamb, and the brilliant Virginia Konchan:

2013 is the year of the snake in the Chinese Zodiac (the snake is considered a good omen in a house as a sign the family would not starve). All things will be possible this year, and saving money and being thrifty will be rewarded by the gods. Wine and refreshments provided, and special prizes offered to those born in the year of the snake.

High Concept Laboratories is located at 1401 W. Wabansia Ave. (Chicago).

You should come!

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I was tired of not having a decent digital camera (my phone takes sucky photos), so I bought an iPod Touch. I figure, if I’m going to buy a camera, I might as well also be able to put music on it, and videos, and browse the internet and such. (Right?)

Now I can take all the photos I want! And so I will probably start posting more photos at this blog. Here’s one:

Look at how proud I look to own new tech!

Those are copies of Amazing Adult Fantasy behind me. (Michelangelo is guarding them.)

I also took some photos of my neighbor, the author Kyle Beachy, whom I ran into at the skate park near our respective apartments (I was taking one of my signature long walks):

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Reviews

Blake Butler, “Rose Alley by Jeremy M. Davies,” Bookslut (May 2009)

Blake Butler, “Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” HTMLGIANT (1 Jun 2009)

Dan Visel, “Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” With Hidden Noise (27 May 2010)

Gabriel Blackwell, “Rose Alley by Jeremy M. Davies,” The Collagist (14 Nov 2010)

Isola di Rifiuti, “Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” Isola di Rifiuti (7 Jun 2010)

John Eklund, “Rose Alley,” The Front Table: The Web Magazine of the Seminary Co-op Bookstores (18 May 2009)

John Madera, “Rose Alley,” Brooklyn Rail (Feb 2011)

Joseph Dewey, “Rose Alley, by Jeremy M. Davies,” Review of Contemporary Fiction (Summer 2009)

Lauren Elkin, “Trouble on the Set,” The Second Pass (23 Nov 2009)

Mallory Gevaert, “Rose Alley,” Green Lantern Daily (17 Nov 2011)

Shira Richman, “It’s Not Too Sweet When It’s ‘Mosquito-Bite-Pink’” (Davies 79), bark (23 March 2010)

Susana Medina, “a rose by any other name,” 3:AM Magazine (13 Sep 2012)

Vincent Czyz, “Rose Alley,” Rain Taxi (Fall 2009)

Mentions / Lists:

A D Jameson, “My Four Favorite New Books of 2009: #4: Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” Big Other (19 Dec 2009)

Dennis Cooper, “A Year in Reading,” The Millions (12 Dec 2011)

Dennis Cooper, “3 books I read recently and loved,” DC’s (22 Aug 2011)

Joshua Cohen / Justin Taylor, “A Million Little Top 3′s: The 2009 List of Lists,” HTMLGIANT (2009)

Interviews

Lily Hoang, “Interview with Jeremy M. Davies,” HTMLGIANT (28 Dec 2009)

Michelle Pretorius, “An Interview with Jeremy M. Davies,” Word Riot (15 Feb 2012)

Criticism

A D Jameson, “A Dozen Dominants, part 2 (aka, ‘You used to know what these words mean’),” HTMLGIANT (29 Oct 2011)

A D Jameson, “Cobblestones Turn Me On: Artistic Inheritance and Renewal in Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” Golden Handcuffs (Summer-Fall 2010)

A D Jameson, “Great First Lines: Rose Alley by Jeremy M. Davies,” HTMLGIANT (11 Oct 2012)

A D Jameson, “Seventeen Ways of Criticizing Inception (AKA, All Knowledge Isn’t Equal),” Big Other (14 Nov 2010)

A D Jameson, “Tiny Shocks: Uncovering the Reductive Plot of James Wood’s How Fiction Works,” Big Other (31 Jan 2010)

Steven Moore, The Novel, An Alternative History: Beginnings to 1600, Continuum (2010) (p. 580n65)

Update:

See the comments for more!

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…that being the Anthology of Etiquette and Terrifying Angels with Many Heads, edited by the mysterious & reclusive James Tadd Adcox.

Besides me, it features writing by Matt Bell, J. Bradley, Caroline Crew, Michael Czyniejewski, Jess Dutschmann, Megan M. Garr, Melissa Goodrich, Mason Johnson, M Kitchell, Robert Kloss, Meghan Lamb, Seth Oelbaum, Brian Oliu, Joel Patton, Poncho Peligroso, Caroline Picard, Matt Rowan, Joseph Scapellato, Davis Schneiderman, Glenn Shaheen, Dan Shapiro, Amber Sparks, Colin Winnette, and Russ Woods.

You can download a PDF copy here, via Nap Litmag. I just downloaded mine.

& thanks, Tadd, for having me!

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