It’s been a long time since I posted my artwork here. That’s because I’ve been lazy and only today got around to scanning and editing the things I’ve finished in the past two months. 37 more words
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Trust me: trying to define the uncanny, whether as a sensation in our lives or as an effect in a short story, is a fool’s errand.
“All night within her womb
The worm lay, till it grew to a serpent”
William Blake, The First Book of Urizen. ll. 347-48.
Daphne du Maurier begins her novel… 6,121 more words
I’m sure you’ve asked yourself the same question… well, here is the answer….
Basically, it’s all down to the soil:
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After studying available seismological, geotechnical and structural information, the research team concluded that the survival of the Tower can be attributed to a phenomenon known as dynamic soil-structure interaction (DSSI).
You know I love dolls. That’s what John Waters snarled at Marion and me when we dragged our favored doll Carol Anne to meet her Uncle John at a book signing at Gagosian’s Upper East Side bookstore. 1,506 more words