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The Mainly Annual
EastWesterly Review/Postmodern Village
18th Annual Conference
James Beard: Foodies, Fundies and the Fallacies of Foreknowledge
by Roccum Socum-Reichel
Aside from the blind verve that comes from being true believers,
what do Christian fundamentalists and Food Channel junkies have
in common? It all comes down to the unswerving acceptance of
Paleotourism and Civilization, Serving Cocktails from the Subaltern,
a Travelogue in Three Digs
by Lucy Sazerac
We thoroughly enjoyed this slideshow from the bowels of time,
chronicling the lives of the lower classes from the point-of-view
of the serving platter's rich reflection. But the free samples
of the paper's titular concoction did little to dispel the despair.
Anapests: Highbrow Culture Meets Lowbrow Humor and Macks on
Indie-Pop, a Manifesto
by Blanche Knottcock
There once was a girl, Dr. Knottcock
who concocted a paper on schlock thought.
The subject became her,
and came her and came her:
I'd never heard better cock-talk!
Valdez: Oil, Java, and the X-ploitation of the Colonicon --
The Medium Roast is the Mess-Age
by Marshall Peaberry
Peaberry's free-trade, shade-grown, coop-traded, organic blend
of insight and unction left us convincingly wired but distinctly
worried. The two great lubricants of industrial production are
both cruel and crude, but can the knot really be solved semiotically?
Audacity of Dope: Medical Mary Jane and the Orisons of Obamacare,
by Budd Marin
The workshop started at 4:20 sharp. The buffet table disappeared
three hours later. That's change you can believe in.
Audacity of Pope: Infallibility and Influence, or Totalitarianism
in Twee Tweets
by Leo Pius Benedict John Paul Kutcher XVIII
Delivering the paper in blasts of 140 characters or fewer
gave this paper a staccato effect: Doubleplusgood ducktalk,
a hiccup of bishoprics, a hash of tags for as far as the papal
people can see.
Audacity of Rope: One Take Wonders and the Art of the
Edit, or Formalism Reformed Again
by Gokai Honda
In an era of 3D, CGI, THX extravaganzas, it's hard to really
understand the skill with which Golden Era directors created
dramatic effects, but writing the whole paper as a single sentence
left us breathless.
Papers, Part 6