Today Monday Muse shares two videos of Forrest Gander poems: "PaleoAcoustics" and "The Hugeness of that which is Missing":
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Thought for the Day is a quote of the late foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid.
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Today's short is a video performance of singer, composer, and producer Morely's "Women of Hope", inspired by Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi.
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Monday Muse profiles Michael Carter, a printmaker, digital artist, author of children's books, classroom instructor, and curriculum design specialist. Included is the trailer for his latest book "The Stone".
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Bruce Nauman talks about teachers and artists.
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Posted Thought for the Day, a quote from photographer Emmet Gowin:
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Today's Wednesday Wonder is a video of a collaborative project by Quayola & Sinigagli that lets us "see sound" live.
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The Thought for the Day is a quote about hurrying from Robert Louis Stevenson.
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Personal transformation is what you will experience as your read through thought-provoking passages that will impact and change your life. This self-help guide will take you on a journey of emotions. This book is meant to empower you in all areas of your life. The author specifically targets and discusses important issues that affect people’s everyday lives.
You will be intrigued as you read passages such as: I Made It, No Longer, Until You Get Enough, I’m Staying for the Kids, Give…Continue
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There’s something special about you! Don’t you see it? Instead of looking at everything you've done wrong, focus on what you've done right. I challenge you to fight through all of your fears, and free yourself of everything that's been trying to hold you back. YOU are worth the fight!Continue
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The Thought for the Day is a Wislawa Szymborska quote on inspiration.
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I've posted a new poem, 'facts', inspired by a page from Anne Carson's brilliant grief memoir 'Nox':
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Okay this may sound familiar to you, it's three in the morning but your bedside light is on and a pen is in your hand.
That's where I was yesterday. And my muse didn't leave me, thank goodness, until the short story was written--around three in the afternoon. Yup, I spent the entire day with her--and it never gets old.
This week on my blog (http://sweatercursed.blogspot.ca) you may find something to make your muse…Continue
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Posted Thought for the Day, a line from Rilke's 'Requiem for a Friend':
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Saturday Short brings you the triler for "Silene", described by one reviewer as "a cinematic ode to the sights and sounds of the Irish landscape."
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Posted Thursday's Three on Art: a trio of insightful interviews with artists.
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The Thought for the Day is a line from a Jack Gilbert poem "Tear It Down':
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I've posted a new poem, "Time has its way", for today's Invitation to Poetry prompt at Abbey of the Arts:
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Today's post introduces you to Japanese architect Shigeru Ban's low-cost emergency shelters of paper. Ban's unusual and beautiful disaster-relief projects have helped refugees and survivors of catastrophic events worldwide.
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