Tag Archives: Walter Benjamin

Keaton, Carrington, Milligan: 3

(Warning, Will Robinson : this section seems to veer off at a tangent before returning to (what appears to be) the subject…) I was struck by a recent and very particular version of our impositions on the customary: the decision … Continue reading

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Keaton, Carrington, Milligan: 2

Keaton, Carrington, and Milligan all encounter a similar type of crisis in their ability to pursue their art. The effect on them as creative individuals, and their attempts at solutions, however, are very different. For Keaton, it’s the encroachment of … Continue reading

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Awa the Messages (for National Poetry Day 2016)

I was prompted to post this piece for National Poetry Day by a comment made on Facebook by the poet Mandy Maxwell, who pointed out that the theme for this year’s NPD has a double meaning for a Scottish (or … Continue reading

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Three notes: 1, on metaphor

(I have three notes I’d like to post as a way of clearing decks before the year gets any further. Each of them requires further elaboration which in turn requires me being able or willing to get into my office, … Continue reading

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