Sunday, January 27, 2008
Grasty's Novel Alluded to by Author Charles Hodgson
In his daily Podictionary entry, Charles Hodgson, author of Carnal Knowledge: A Navel Gazer's Dictionary of Anatomy, Etymology, and Trivia, 'alludes' to Blood on the Tracks.
In a bit of verbal acrobatics, Hodgson writes: "Tom Grasty has actually written a book called Blood on the Tracks that isn’t about Bob Dylan, but alludes to him. That means Tom’s book never actually mentions Bob Dylan, but Blood on the Tracks; a Dylan album, like duh!"
To read (or listen to) the entire entry on how Grasty 'alluded' to Dylan in his new novel, go to Podictionary.
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Posted by THOMAS GRASTY at 9:56 PM