"1. Never read any book that is not a year old. 2. Never read any but famed books. 3. Never read any but what you like; or, in Shakspeare's phrase, 'No profit goes where is no pleasure ta'en: In brief, sir, study what you most affect.'"

- Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Books"
Sacramone sighting

I know what you really come here for. Book reviews and theological meditations are all well and good, but what you’re really looking for is information on the present whereabouts of Anthony Sacramone, who used to blog at Luther At the Movies, and still blogs at Strange Herring when he feels like it.

Through my extensive network of spies and informants, I have received information that Anthony is now the Managing Editor of The Intercollegiate Review…

And Modern Age

Both are publications of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.

On my promise of total secrecy (which of course is worthless) he sent me a free copy of each publication. As you can guess from the covers, Modern Age (which goes back a long way and was once edited by Russell Kirk) is a scholarly journal, while the Intercollegiate Review is a lighter, slick magazine with more of an entertainment slant.

Subscriptions are available from ISI here.


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Comments on "Sacramone sighting":
1. Phil - 02/27/2013 8:56 pm EST

Very curious. I used to subscribe to the Intercollegiate Review. It was fairly scholarly at that time with covers more like Modern Age. I didn't much of it, because that's the way I roll, wasting opportunities left and right.

2. Anthony Sacramone - 02/28/2013 9:34 pm EST

Appreciate the plug, Lars, but please please don't reveal what I told you about the Kennedy assassination, the moon landing, Area 51, the Trilateral Commission, the theocon conspiracy, how leafy green vegetables are really bad for you, and the real reason they canceled Lou Grant.

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