Szathmári’s Voyage to Kazohinia was finally reprinted in English last year, concluding a personal voyage to get hold of it once again.
The title story of John Barth’s collection, Lost in the Funhouse, has continued to resonate in the decades since it first appeared.
Charles Chaplin later preferred to forget about The Circus, but fortunately it remains available for us alongside his better-known gems.
When sound effects are realistic, they are taken for granted, thanks to Jack Foley, who invented the way that this is done.
Woe is me — and the rest of us who think the English language beautiful — to see the grave errors being committed and adopted as acceptable.
The versatile, thoughtful artist Arman left the world a glittering wealth of, among other marvelous things, resonant music sculpture.
How surprising to discover that there is a flourishing market for — and ardently collecting devotees of — objects known as violin bottles.
The last thing I could have imagined was that I would someday be designing music-related objects, yet all the signs were there.
Miniature collectors — and collectors of miniatures — find satisfaction in the most unexpected places; here, an account of tiny rewards.
It’s nothing new to find, yet again, that fragments will add up to more than the whole — but how, and why, is always different.