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Storytelling and the General Election

I started writing something about storytelling and politics.  I couldn’t stop.  So I’m posting it here:  ‘I am who you are‘  It jumps from Ira Glass to Jerome Bruner to Adam Curtis to Hannah Arendt.  Something for everyone.

Adam Curtis

Word of Thanks to Batesville/Panola Folks

Giving a word of thanks to those who came out for the lecture and book signing at the Batesville, Mississippi, Public Library last Thursday. Thanks so much for coming. 61 more words

Ghosts

#TransLivesMatter A Portrait of American Violence

“I’m so exhausted,” Blake Brockington wrote before walking into traffic on Interstate 485 on March 23, 2015.

Blake was a handsome young man. He had been crowned homecoming king and had spoken about his trials and triumphs on the national stage. 362 more words

Life

A Generation Lost

Today marks the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli, an important event in the histories of Australia and New Zealand (as well as other nations).  In a moving ceremony in Edinburgh, people from all over the globe gathered on the Castle Promenade to take part in remembering those who fought in a different time. 113 more words

Publishers Inc 2015

Capture Aurora

Other than photography, which is at best, ephemeral, the best way to capture an aurora is to use a very large body of water.   Indeed, this is the technique perfected by the ancients.   103 more words

Art

Skinwalker - 100 Monsters


Skinwalker (skin walk r)

Monster Type: Spirit

Location: North America

Size: Medium

Skinwalkers are shape-shifters that plague the native tribes of North America. These wily spirits take the place of people, using their magic to mimic a human appearance. 49 more words

Life

Copyrights - What's Left?

It’s World Book and Copyright Day and, while Publishers Inc was busy with everything from marketing to attending a fantastic event organised by White Light Media… 174 more words

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