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Revisiting de Man

As we saw last week, Paul de Man was a revered literary critic – a pillar of the pretentious theoretical approach known as deconstruction – who died in 1983 only to have his reputation destroyed four years later when a young Belgian academic uncovered his pro-Nazi wartime writings.   680 more words


Review: Turnip King - "Laika"

Release: August 19, 2016

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  • Metonymy – 6:17
  • Dead Flowers – 7:48
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DARK WOOD on Literary Hub

Honored to share an expert from IN A DARK WOOD published today by LITERARY HUB [read here]


Bard College Has a Center for the Drone

Hat tip to Jonathan B for the pointer to Bard College’s regular newsletter on drones. From the About page: “The Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College is an interdisciplinary research institution that examines the novel and complex opportunities and challenges presented by unmanned technologies in both the military and civilian sphere. 36 more words

Useful Stuff

Tony’s Oursler’s Occult Archive—A Family Affair

Go to almost any museum, and you’ll find exhibitions that are tributes to the discernment of this or that wealthy collector. Yet much of what’s collected are the same new (or slightly old) things that you find at the same galleries, art fairs or auctions. 1,188 more words

Tony Oursler

Artist of the moment........Carrie Moyer

Carrie Moyer is a contemporary abstract painter. Carrie Moyer was born in Detroit, Michigan in the year 1960. Moyer is also an accomplished writer.

Moyer earned a B.F.A. 161 more words