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How to Live a Creative Life: Dr. Ray Hsu at TEDxSFU
More annotated passages from As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner
“Apostrophe is thus an indirect, unstable, physically impossible but phenomenologically vitalizing movement of rhetorical animation that permits subjects to suspend themselves in the optimism of a potential occupation of the same psychic space of others, the objects of desire who make you possible (by having some promising qualities, but also by not being there).
Apostrophe is not only the condition of love but an ideal of self-encounter. Can the addressee make more of it than you can, she you who waits for the sentence of your existence to finish and, inevitably, to miss its mark? For the addressee, you are willing to make provisional clarities. For the addressee, you are willing to perform an openness that’s an optimistic brokenness. If you’re lucky, you’re a topos in your own world, although without the apostrophic phantom you cannot exist in the world.”
- Lauren Berlant on apostrophe in Cruel Optimism and “The Book of Love is sad and boring, no one can lift the damn thing …” (via loneberry)
words by shaun robinson. art by dana kearley.
Not quite #food (Taken with Instagram at Prime Time Chicken Ltd.)
#lore that is not #dungeonsanddragons (Taken with Instagram at Dandelion Records and Emporium)
Introducing the #wood #toothbrush. I hear they used to be made of bone (Taken with Instagram at Dandelion Records and Emporium)
#testtube as #vase (Taken with Instagram at Dandelion Records and Emporium)
In a #military #ish #fashion (Taken with Instagram at Front & Company)
Notes on conversation with Laura Nanni, Rhubarb festival director
Dr. Ray Hsu is a literary forced not to be reckoned with. While completing his Ph.D., he founded the Prison Writing Workshop at US prison, which guided incarcerated writers towards their high-school diplomas. Hsu is the co-founder of the Art Song Lab, the author of two award-winning books, a…