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Grand Babushka Hotel

In case you haven’t seen it, Wes Anderson’s newest movie is a Wes Anderson movie. Which is to say that it has so many hallmark, camera-winking elements of a Wes Anderson movie that  1,041 more words


Alexander McQueen

I’ve decided to include a post on McQueen simply because I love his work. I love the forms and shapes he uses, nothing seems impossible. McQueen never seemed to see limitations with fabric, anything seemed possible to him, proportion was to be played with and often the final pieces were gravity defying.  116 more words


Vintage TV: The Twilight Zone

My kids don’t like The Twilight Zone.

During my 1970s kidhood, this show was one of my favorite gems of syndicated television. I loved to come across it, especially late at night, and enjoy its tales of science fiction and fantasy, of warped human nature, and of dystopia. 395 more words


Myth-busting Postmodernism: Part I

I’ve been told on many occasions that I inhabit a postmodern world. But what on earth does that mean?

Last year, I had the opportunity to study for a masters degree in theology. 743 more words


Midnight's Children and Postmodernism


I was recently reminded of Salmon Rushdie’s book Midnight’s Children. It tells the story of Saleem who was born at the exact moment when India gained it’s independence. 1,702 more words

Postmodernism Book

Here are a few pages I have designed for a book on postmodernism, it includes a contents page, chapter heading page and a page on David Carson…