Daniel Green's Blog and Website
THAT IS THE END OF WHAT'S IN GREEN'S READING EXPERIENCE.
25 years from now, Green will be high in the pantheon of pioneering Internet literary reviewing. Things in the world of book reviewing are changing very fast, and not for the worse.
I also pay tribute to Green in the Preface:
With luck Melville Biography: An Inside Narrative can sit at a table alongside like-minded printed cousins such as William M. Murphy’s piece on John Butler Yeats and Mark Holloway’s piece on Norman Douglas in Meyers’s The Craft of Literary Biography, Robert D. Hume’s Reconstructing Contexts: The Aims and Principles of Archaeo-Historicism, and Ray Monk’s “Life Without Theory: Biography as an Exemplar of Philosophical Understanding,” as well as imaginarily seated electronic cousins such as Dan Green’s The Reading Experience 2.0. (Confession: Being in the fourth quarter of my century, I print out pieces by the Internet blogger Green so I can mark them up.)
P.S. My in-house critic (all belatedly!) points out that I should have said "virtually seated," not "imaginarily seated." I have been behind since leaving school after the 11th grade and am still trying to catch up!
P.P.S. The editor at Northwestern says she can make the change to "virtually." I will look less antedeluvian than I am!