Posts Tagged ‘ desire ’

Eleni Vakalo | found in translation

“Listening to the foreign language I was deeply speaking our own, and came to understand how difficult it is to name things truly…” says the Greek poet, Eleni Vakalo (1921-2001). …

Source: Eleni Vakalo | found in translation

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Anti-capitalism as the creation of desire: From Eukariot | Autonomies

What is important right now is to twirl in a cheerful danse macabre on the grave of bourgeois enjoyment.

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‘My body shall be all yours’: the startling sex letters of Joyce, Kahlo and O’Keeffe | Stage | The Guardian

Georgia O’Keeffe photographed by Alfred Stieglitz. Photograph: The J Paul Getty Museum/Alfred Stieglitz

“The form of sexting is so immediate,” says Mars. “I am nostalgic for letters. There’s a craft that’s been lost in expressing some kind of desire or passion or bodily experience for someone else.”  – Rachel Mars

An eye-wateringly explicit new stage show celebrates erotic correspondence sent by famous figures through the ages

Source: ‘My body shall be all yours’: the startling sex letters of Joyce, Kahlo and O’Keeffe | Stage | The Guardian

Your Own Worst Enemy | Boston Review

Photo: Romi Chiorean

Your Own Worst Enemy | Boston Review.

THE SEAM – a Poem by Lisa Robertson ‹ Literary Hub

THE SEAM ‹ Literary Hub.

WHEN THE LAMBS RISE UP AGAINST THE BIRD OF PREY by Anne Boyer

WHEN THE LAMBS RISE UP AGAINST THE BIRD OF PREY.

Oh, Sister

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