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Artist and Feminist Kim Rae Taylor on the Women of Modernism

Jade French talks to artist, educator, and feminist Kim Rae Taylor about The Modernism Project, a series of painted portraits documenting some of the leading women of twentieth-century modernism.  157 more words

Literature

Tuning in to The Modernist Podcast

Séan Richardson on a free new broadcast that sheds light on the cultural legacy of modernism

What is the Modernist Podcast?

The Modernist Podcast is a platform for ‘green’ academics to share their research with the wider community. 1,001 more words

Literature

“Criticism is so often nothing more than the eye garrulously denouncing the shape of the peephole that gives access to hidden treasure.” – —Djuna Barnes, writer and artist.

Thought For Today

the greatness of it throbs from sun to sun

Serenade
Djuna Barnes

Three paces down the shore, low sounds the lute,
The better that my longing you may know;
I’m not asking you to come, 63 more words

Poetry

Dailies 6/3/17: water & boy, a serenade, a nightsong, & a silent night w/sea breezes

Michael Mark – Water and Boy

—————–Now I know,
the ocean folding over her wildly, her strokes feeding each
wave, this is what it is to belong and I don’t know how to swim. 123 more words

She Is Still Burning 3 (Dec 2000)

By December 2000, I’d become ambitious for my little e-mail publication and was promising readers that if they printed the instalments and kept them in a notebook, eventually they’d have a book-length anthology. 2,386 more words

She Is Still Burning