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May 2004:
Hot Lunch, USA
Andrew F. Duncan on Lovecraft and cinema.

May 2004:
So I Went to London
Amy Rosenberg compares the real London to her literary ideal.

June 2004:
Speak to us of Emailia!
Allen B. Ruch on the Bloomsday centennial.

July 2004:
New Orleans, with Scarf
Amy Rosenberg on the literary Big Easy.

October 2004:
the wonder of words
The poet Suzanne Nixon discusses imagination lost and found.

August 2005:
In defense of Joyce and Pynchon: a response to Dale Peck’s Hatchet Jobs
Erik Ketzan responds to Peck’s critique that Joyce and Pynchon are largely to blame for the currently bleak state of literary fiction.


Slightly Foxed is a “revolving” column, intended to let Modern Word writers and readers have a soapbox from which they may speak their minds to an adoring crowd. You are adoring, right?

This index page also contains Hot Lunch USA and Unreal Cities, two columns which had a sadly limited run.

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