Yeah, I didn't see it on the stand.
M.River brought his copy over and I looked it over but didn't read the
entire piece. I guess I don't get a comp.. :(
It's great that they're covering these issues. I'll definitely pick up a
copy when they hit the stands.
On 1/18/07, email@example.com
> Hi folks,
> The Feb issue of Harper's isn't quite out yet on the news stands;
> unfortunately, blog-like though their site is, it doesn't look like Harpe=
> puts their content online ever (grrrrh); however, a fellow named Christop=
> Reiger, whose blog, "Hungry Hyaena," is a staple on many art-blogrolls,
> emailed me earlier this week for permission (!) to use the Molotov image =
> a write-up of the Harper's piece. (TWhid, I gave him the url to your mirr=
> in keeping with the spirit of the whole damn thing).
> I checked it this morning, and his piece is up:
> It's worth a read. He does a bang-up job of parsing the article and
> discussing the issues at hand, and connecting a few extra dots to boot. He
> also quotes liberally from both the Joy/Susan piece and the Jonathan Leth=
> "plagiarism" piece that MRiver mentions below (which is probably the
> funniest, most brilliant thing I've ever read).
> Once again, props to Rhizomers, Joywar perps, etc., for there ain't no
> story here without them.
> On 1/17/07, M. River <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Hey Rhizers.
> > Yup, check out the Feb 07 issue of Harper's for a brief overview of
> > "Joywar" from both Joy Garnett and Susan Meiselas's sides of the coin. =
> > gives a big shout out to the list. (I'd post a link but it's not up yet=
> > Also, the issue has a great article on "plagiarism" by Jonathan Lethem.