OTHER EVENTS BORDERLANDS: TEXAS POETRY REVIEW Seeks emerging …

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Seeks emerging & established artists for Fall/Winter 2001 issue, visit www.borderlands.org for submission & guideline info; deadline is July 1.   CHRISTOPHER BRIAN WOLK PLAYWRITING AWARD The Abingdon Theatre Co. will award $1000 to an emerging playwright. Submit three copies of your work w/SASE to 432 W. 42nd St., 4th fl. NYC 10036 by June [&hellip
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Injured Spectator

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What the deuce is going on at The Spectator? England’s most elegantly written weekly (as they say at www.spectator.co.uk), home base to Toby Young, Paul Johnson, Taki and others, has suddenly gone all touchy-feely and politically correct. Well, not completely–the writers just mentioned, as well as Mark Steyn and Theodore Dalrymple, continue to entertain and [&hellip
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Christopher Hitchens Fends Off Charges of Apartheid Complicity

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It’s getting to the point where you can’t call a premier American statesman a war criminal without taking flak of your own. Christopher Hitchens, possibly the world’s greatest gadfly, learned this lesson last week at the Union Square Barnes & Noble as he made the case for indicting Henry Kissinger. Encouraging questions from the audience [&hellip
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