May 30, 2017 by T.E. Grau
French author, poet, and publisher Sébastien Doubinsky (reviewed and interviewed by yours truly right here) recently started up a new website devoted to writers (authors, poets, journalists, scholars, etc.) and their reading and work habits. Titled The Tabago Page (named after “the lame talk-show host” in his novel Absinth), it’s already proven to be a fascinating, simple, and diverse project that will surely bring together a large collection of writers from divergent backgrounds and genres to one central location. This is important, I think, as genres, platforms, and “types” continue to separate those devoted to the written word, when we all have so much in common.
I’m delighted to report that I was recently featured at The Tabago Page, and thank Seb for including me in this exciting new project, a description for which is provided below, taken from the site:
“Every writer is also a reader. What does a writer read in order to write? And then, how does a writer see himself or herself in the vast territory that we call literature? Is there a purpose to his or her writing, other than just being read? This is what this blog is trying to define, more or less, with established and less-known profiles from all over the world.”