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Create what you love. Love what you create. Even if it destroys you.

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‘Long, Last, Happy’: Barry Hannah’s Southern Charm NPR by Michael Schaub January 8, 2011 Barry Hannah was a lit firecracker in a whiskey bottle, and no one who’s ever experienced his work can forget it. I was 16 when I … Continue reading

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Leo Steinberg (1920 – 2011)

Leo Steinberg, Art Historian, Dies at 90 By KEN JOHNSON The New York Times March 14, 2011 Leo Steinberg, one of the most brilliant, influential and controversial art historians of the last half of the 20th century, died on Sunday … Continue reading

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Kenneth Burke (1897 – 1993)

Our unavowed conflicts, and even my recurrent melancholy memories, seem separated from me, as I find myself busily at work upon my utterance. I would, on such occasions, deem it enough to place antinomies upon the page, to add up … Continue reading

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