Archive for October, 2012

Kristin Prevallet Ballad of a Broken String: Poetry and the Teaching of Discognitive Communication

That overmind seems like a cap, like water, transparent, fluid yet with definite body, contained in a definite space. It is like a closed sea- plant, jelly-fish or anemone.
Into that overmind, thoughts pass and are visible like fish swimming under clear water.

—H.D.

Kristin Prevallet Ballad of a Broken String: Poetry and the Teaching of Discognitive Communication

“Thinking of Home” by Bànbàn, translation by Jan Walls

“Thinking of Home”
by Bànbàn
The rain is slanting, so are the umbrellas,
and even the sound of footsteps
quickly tilting by, all homeward bound
“归心” 半半
雨是斜的 伞也是
连脚步声也都是
朝着家 急速倾斜过去

 translation by Jan Walls

Oh, Bad Blues: Larkin, Plath, Donne, Bessie Smith, & The Metaphysical Dilemma of Radical Narcissism – Montevidayo

Oh, Bad Blues: Larkin, Plath, Donne, Bessie Smith, & The Metaphysical Dilemma of Radical Narcissism – Montevidayo.

Ordinary Earth / A Longhouse Birdhouse

A Longhouse Birdhouse.

BLDGBLOG: Awakener

BLDGBLOG: Awakener.

Interview with Beth Orton About her New Album, “Sugaring Season” : The New Yorker

Interview with Beth Orton About her New Album, “Sugaring Season” : The New Yorker.

Looking at the Land :: Exploring current ideas about photographing landscape and the tradition of picturing place.

Graham Miller Nicole Monument Valley, Utah 2009

Looking at the Land

 

The Story of Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” :: NRDC

The Story of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring / Natural Resources Defense Council

The sounds of nature, as music :: Harvard Gazette

The sounds of nature, as music | Harvard Gazette.

Emery plans Hartford reSET incubator :: HartfordBusiness.com

Kate Emery

Emery plans Hartford reSET incubator