Eisenheim The Illusionist by Steven Millhauser, 1989 380 more words
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A seventh collection by a well-established, genre-crossing, award-winning British poet is always very likely to attract enthusiastic praise. However, awarding monolithic status to one or two select poets hides the diversity of voices in contemporary British poetry. 1,107 more words
An irresponsible splurge recently had me picking up one of those HTC Vives and so I’ve been lost in a wonderland of Virtual Reality. I’ll write up an article some time about my experiences with VR but for now I’d like to write about one particular game, the recently-released… 2,159 more words
Fellow artists, writers, musicians and any kind of content creators, if someone criticizes you for being pretentious, pour yourself a cup of green tea or a Macchiato with half soy and half skinny milk, and tell them very gently and very poetically that you don’t give an absolute shit if your art is pretentious. 345 more words
Brian McLaren returns to discuss being political but not partisan, wisdom, evangelism and interfaith work, slippery slopes, progress and his new book The Great Spiritual Migration.