“The Big Game is Every Nite” Magnolia...
“The millennium is not very old, it’s true, and yet today is the day on which I feel obliged to anoint a best song of the millennium, and to risk open debate on the subject, even though I recognize that these kinds of assertions are rash, and, in the main, unwarranted. But here it is, nonetheless. The best song of the millennium is “Mexican Blue,” by Jolie Holland, and it appears on her...
Lonesome as the world’s first ghost, somewhere in Illinois (movie by Scout, music: “O! Grace” - Magnolia Electric Co.)
Per Petterson's fluid concept of time
Publishers Weekly: Time in this novel [I Curse the River of Time] is a fluid, rather than a linear, concept. Per Petterson: It’s just the way I write: sideways and backwards, on association. Not whim, perhaps, but I trust my intuition and don’t for a second think about the reader. I know she will follow me and make the novel wiser than it was when I wrote it. (more: PW)
Perhaps even these things, one day, will be pleasing to remember.– Virgil, ‘Aeneid’ (via fwriction)