A Journey Round My Skull  

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A journey round my skull is an Anglophone lit and visual culture blog published by Will Schofield, self-described as an "unhealthy book fetishism from a reader, collector, and amateur historian of forgotten literature."

The blog first came to the attention of the blogosphere, with its interview of translator Gilbert Alter-Gilbert.

In his first post[1], Schofield points to the inspiration for the title of his blog, Frigyes Karinthy's eponymous novel.

Will Schofield (born 1977?) resides in Pennsylvania, has been or is associated with Paul Dry Books and also runs a blog on Hans Henny Jahnn.

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