Today’s entry is a reminder (to myself) that watching too closely for something to change is often not productive.
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Today’s entry, a rare example of the title coming to mind first. And yes, the pun is intended…
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Today’s late entry. Not feeling particularly inspired…
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Today’s entry started out with an image I had in mind during the early stages of composing what would become my multi-part opus ‘The wonderful mysteriousness of unexpected development’, which started out as ‘The big glass staircase’, and which I worked on during the first Gulf War. This merged with the gist of an essay by my friend Lola Peters, which she read last night at the reading I went to…
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Today’s entry, inspired by a BBC Arts clip of Patti Smith and David Lynch, a Gil Scott-Heron music video, and certain patterns I recognize in my life.
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Today’s entry, inspired by the title of an article on The Guardian website:
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