*That's more often rendered, by Powell's nephew, Ferdinand Mount, as well as by Christopher Hitchens, as Powell expressing interest in a hypothetical Burke's of Bank Clerks, a more entertaining formulation.
That said, this blog is entirely separate from my job. I do sometimes write about books published by my employer without specifically drawing the connection, but if you're a regular reader, I figure you know my tastes well enough by now to trust me. If you're new here, you're welcome to take a look at the archives and decide for yourself.
I have served as the poetry editor for the Quarterly Conversation, and I've written for the Poetry Foundation, the Chicago Reader, the Second Pass, the Bloomsbury Review, the Front Table, the New-York Ghost, the New York Moon, and McSweeneys Internet Tendency.