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February 21, 2008

Federman: Blog It or Leave It

After hearing about Robbe-Grillet, it seemed like it was a good time to check back in and see what was up with Raymond Federman, our favorite French writer.

Who’s Raymond Federman? Why, the founder of surfiction, friend to Samuel Beckett, former Melodia E. Jones Distinguished Professor at UB, one of the founders of the original Fiction Collective, and general French madman of America.

Anyway, it’d been a while, and his stagnant homepage always causes one to fear the worst.

As it turns out, he’s writing all over the place and I missed it. There’s the Federman blog and the Federman MySpace page. There’s also plenty of older material out there: this old page from the Electronic Poetry Center at UB, an interview, and his 1981 interview with Stanislaw Lem, for a start.

And that’s not even including his musical work.


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