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Thursday, April 27, 2006

Take That, Aretino

The first sentence of this article, about the latest trend in campus literary magazines, contains these words: "nude photo shoot," "her fellow student editors," and "Hot Girls Reading Books." It also contains a shout-out to The Craft of Research.

I don't really know how, and if, I should try to understand this campus phenomenon, and so I'm going to shut my eyes and pretend it doesn't exist. But if English departments are looking for new ways to recruit students, literary magazines may end up being an incredibly effective advertising medium.

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