Tag: literature

  • visual-poetry: “quoted (»is that a quotation, i asked…« jorge luis borges)” by joseph kosuth (+) (photographer: susanne ullerich)

  • The New Inquiry: Stalker/Zona

    The New Inquiry: Stalker/Zona thenewinquiry: Geoff Dyer has “broken” America, as they say in Britain. This year’s National Book Critics’ Circle award for his collection of essays, Otherwise Known as the Human Condition, capped his rise from the occasional introducer of republished classics to a regular columnist in the New York Times

  • theatlantic: How the War Will Change Art Rising evil is concomitant with the destruction of art. Before anyone had heard of the Mullah Omar, NPR described to the world the obliteration of the Bamiyan buddhas. No vision of the Third Reich is complete without mountains of “degenerate” texts set ablaze, the deckled edges of Hemingway […]

  • I’m a science fiction writer, and as I became more familiar with design, it struck me that the futuristic objects and services within science fiction are quite badly designed. Why? That’s not a question often asked. The reason is pretty simple: Science fiction is a form of popular entertainment. The emotional payoff of the science […]

  • Martín Espada | Poetry reading and discussion

    Cultural Event Opportunity The University of Denver (DU) Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship (DULCCES) proudly presents Martín Espada Thursday, April 8, 2010 7:00 pm – Reading & Discussion, Reception to follow. Craig Hall Community Room,University of Denver 2148 South High Street, Denver, Colorado FREE & Open to the Public Called “the Pablo Neruda […]