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the empty kingdom

Muddy Water Magazine and rip/torn invite you to go where you’ve never been.

We welcome you to  The Empty Kingdom, a covert night inspired by the late Diane Arbus and Sylvia Plath.  142 more words

Re-presentation, disability and gender: Modern representations of disabled women in art images

In my last post I got to a point where I am clear that the representation of women in both important and popular imagery has been quite limited to white westernised, idealised versions of pretty women or motherhood shaped largely by the artistic style and social fashions of the times. 794 more words


A Useless Man: Selected Stories by Sait Faik Abasıyanık

Sait Faik Abasiyanik
A Useless Man: Selected Stories
December 2014
Brooklyn, NY
Archipelago Books
240 pages

(Reviewed for Nomadic Press, here.)

Nearly all of the stories gathered in Sait Faik Abasiyanik’s… 1,478 more words

the jitterbug waltz

“Arbus’s work is a good instance of a leading tendency of high art in capitalist countries: to suppress (or at least reduce) moral and sensory queasiness. 191 more words


Stardust Memories

I thought it was very derivative. To me it looked like it was straight out of Diane Arbus, but with none of the wit. 886 more words