Monthly Archives: May 2006

finished the thesis, not the project

thesis Originally uploaded by Liz Henry. Turned it in yesterday to the bindery. It’s done! And yet it’s not done, because I had to cut about 100 pages of extra poets and their poem in order to get it done … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on fanfic and the Tiptree

My personal opinions and not meant to represent the award administrators or be any sort of official statement… A rambling overthink: I think “Arcana” and much fanfic should be looked at as an experimental form, or as being like artists’ … Continue reading

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Strange Horizons / Speculative Literature Foundation reading

Leia’s half-drunk bartending skills Originally uploaded by hdiwan. This Wednesday, May 10, at Valencia Street Books — There will be a rapid fire reading and generally fun hang-out at from 7 to 9pm. Rapid fire! 3 minutes each! I’ll be … Continue reading

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call for art from Galeria de La Raza

0284 Originally uploaded by contextobject. Galeria de la Raza put out a call for submissions for Latino/Latina artists for their Digital Mural Program. Pass it on! Related posts:Anthology theoryFree Idea: Use ChaCha’s structure for disaster relief

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gender wars in Argentina

I’m still editing my thesis and while looking over the bibliography for the hundredth time I had the horrifying realization that I had dissed Jean Franco by only citing a book she wrote in 1969 and nothing since. I think … Continue reading

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Ejaculation and translation

I was poking around in violently engulfing Steiner’s book “After Babel” the other day and imagining my parody regendering of some of his more ridiculous passages. All the bits where he writes about translation as penetration and ejaculation and most … Continue reading

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