From the series The New Poland: Slough, UK
A Photographer Confronts His World
The embedded photojournalist is now so bored that he is photographing food. You can see the entire piece by clicking on the image above.
And this at a moment when civilians continue to die in an unjust war, an illegal war, and an absolutely unnecessary one. Things are so bad that our erstwhile puppet, a one Mr. Hamid Karzai, is complaining about it and doing it loudly. But of course, as Glenn Greenwald has pointed out, such expression of ‘freedom’ are not for the people we are apparently there to ‘free’. Details »
On April 15th 2011, David Foster Wallace’s posthumous novel The Pale King will be released.
Once he hears to his heart’s content, sails on, a wiser man.
We know all the pains that the Greeks and Trojans once endured
on the spreading plain of Troy when the gods willed it so—
all that comes to pass on the fertile earth, we know it all!
Sara and I went over this a few times, but we finally arrived at a proposed schedule for our workshop.
Please note in particular the dates for submissions and review of story ideas:
Preparation Work & Deadlines
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