Friday, August 15, 2008

Going public in a whisper

Can a bibliographer ever be a "'luckie fellow'" (to quote Geoffrey Hill quoting Tyndale's translation for Genesis 39:2)?  Probably not in this age of speed, as this blog will no doubt prove. Yet a collector may find reasons for satisfaction, as does William Davies King. David Banash reviewed King's Collections of Nothing (2008) for PopMatters (August 15, 2008).

May those of you who use this and other Bibliographic materials (Geoffrey Hill Study Centre and other web pages devoted to Hill's work as well as other published bibliographies) also seek to find some way of transmitting this information for the future, in this era of constantly changing technology.