Copyright © Agave Magazine + Press, 2019
By Deb A.
This week has been full of tantalizing tidbits:
Pearls have been clutched: the Museum of Modern Art in New York has acquired the original 176 emojis. (Medium)
The Smithsonian's Sackler Gallery in Washington, D.C. has opened America's first major exhibit on the Qur'an. (The Smithsonian)
Claiming the news left him "speechless," Bob Dylan has finally accepted his Nobel Prize for Literature. (The Telegraph)
Speaking of prizes: Paul Beatty, the first American to win the Man Booker Prize, talks with The Guardian's Charlotte Higgins about The Sellout and his take on cultural appropriation. (The Guardian)
The Venn diagram of The Simpsons fans and Yoko Ono fans intersects in Iceland--specifically, with Ragnar Kjartansson's A Single Plum, Floating in Perfume, Served in a Man's Hat. (artnet)
Congratulations to Agave Magazine contributor Anne Whitehouse, whose Meteor Shower is now available from Dos Madres Press.
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