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Inman: what they say

Inman’s mind is a thoroughly attached organ. There are no places to escape to or from in relation to its consideration, its inclusion. His work is liberating: images crystallize then overflow their frames, the ends of lines complete phrases whose content is picked up—goes off—on the next line in sudden tangential angles. 23 more words
If P Then Q

Aesthetic perception and its minimal content: a naturalistic perspective

I’m very pleased to announce a new publication on Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology of Frontiers in Psychology entitled: Aesthetic perception and its minimal content: a naturalistic perspective… 294 more words


Urban mobility: Shifting towards sustainable transport systems

Urban mobility is confronted by many challenges, the key one being traffic congestion: urbanisation and a high dependence on cars having led to congestion in urban areas. 493 more words


Article | A systematic review on the impact of point-of-sale tobacco promotion on smoking

Ending the display and promotion of cigarettes and tobacco in retail shops helps prevent young people taking up smoking and keeps quitters on track, according to a new University of Otago study, led by ASPIRE2025 researcher Lindsay Robertson. 371 more words

Findings And Views

Anxious Madonna in VEXT Magazine

The anxious Madonna

            After Lee Ballentine

After midnight she walks through the empty house
The Madonna without child
The bottoms of her feet slap the wooden floor… 172 more words


Call for Essays: Melusine’s Footprint: Tracing the Legacy of a Medieval Myth (edited volume)

Call for Essays:
Melusine’s Footprint: Tracing the Legacy of a Medieval Myth
Deadline: 6 January 2015

While the late 14th c French prose romance by Jean d’Arras arguably remains the earliest and most-translated version of the story of Melusine—in which he envisions her as a foundress of the powerful Lusignan family—the figure of the fairy woman cursed with a half-human, half-serpent form traveled widely through the legends of medieval and early modern Europe. 461 more words

One weekend, two stories!

It’s a Barbara double-header! I’m thrilled to announce that I have two stories that have just been published over the Labor Day weekend: One online and one in print. 206 more words

The Universe