Hyphen Press / 2012.04.16
Postings in this journal column have been light over the last few months. This is partly just because we’ve been busy. But it is partly due to having opened a Twitter account (@hyphenpress).
Hyphen Press / 2010.02.04
From the University of Chicago’s Writing Program (the whole site is worth exploring).
Hyphen Press / 2008.11.02
Road signs are indeed mostly written & designed by harassed public servants.
Hyphen Press / 2008.02.12
Andrew Martin on the ingratiation-strategies and the deceits of corporate identity.
Hyphen Press / 2007.08.13
Terry Pitts’s blog about these books: interesting, and not just for the Sebald content.
Hyphen Press / 2007.01.22
When it launched its website in July 1995, the internet seller Amazon seemed a wondrous thing. Here was a bookstore stocked with almost every title, and one that would reach parts of the country (the United States of America) that were far from any bricks-and-mortar shop. It was indeed based in Seattle, and its employees, one imagined, were mainly grunge-kids in baggy jeans and t-shirts, fetching and packing the books for minimum wages. The company seemed endearing to those of us who like brave new ventures.