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Serra Tansel 'Unlimited' at Noshowspace

“No, I don’t wanna change the world, just some of the things on it. Maybe it’s OK all our grandchildren will inherit the same IKEA furniture, at least that’s an even start.

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Contemporary Art

Losing our humanity

In his book, Madness and Civilization, Michel Foucault recounted:

Toward the middle of the eighteenth century, a farmer in the north of Scotland has his hour of fame.

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Episode 181: Rick Moody!

Episode 181 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. 110 more words


uncreative misunderstanding of "Paraguay"

Barthelme’s short stories, anachronistic, alienating, disorienting, amusing, edifying, esoteric, referential, really weird, were kind of exhausting to go through all at once. Clearly it was a different time, when these sorts of pieces could run in the  1,822 more words

US Lit

Millennial spectres

This essay was originally published in Issue 4.2 of Inquire Journal of Comparative Literature.

Millennial spectres: space, time and the haunting of modernity in Don DeLillo’s… 7,766 more words


Pop pedagogy

I’m looking for examples of pop pedagogy.

Pop: manufactured for the masses; easily consumed; quick fix.

Pedagogy: a method of teaching.

Pop pedagogy: widely and popularly distributed methods for teaching that give teachers a quick, easily implemented idea for practice. 22 more words



(083)  list of guys i regret fucking: the swedish guy, the indian guy, the croatian guy. . . basically all of the guys who i’ve reduced to race because i don’t really remember their names… 6 more words