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A 21st-Cent. Book of Changes: Matias Viegener’s 2500 Random Things About Me Too August 8, 2013: YES. We want this book oddly desperately. Hestia Peppe has reviewed, for Full Stop, Matias Viegener's 2500 Random Things About Me Too (Les Figues Trench Art 2012), "the first book composed entirely on Facebook," which "is an extraordinary capture of a life and a consciousness in middle age, when mortality and the grid of associations laid by [...] by

T.S. Eliot Had a Day Job Too, Ya Know! January 18, 2013: We're grateful to the Paris Review blog for linking over to this article at Full Stop, by Robert Fay, discussing T.S. Eliot's bank years at Llyod's Bank of London. Fay also has a lot to say about poets' day jobs in general (did we know that poets had day jobs?, we thinks we did!), but we love the lead-in to the story with this profile of Mr. [...] by