Aside from triggering untold levels of anxiety and hysteria, the 2020 Pandemic has served to exacerbate divisions already causing huge problems globally.
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Vida Orsi forgatókönyvíró és Zsótér Indi Dániel író, rendező nem rég a Spirit FM, Spirit Show című műsorában jártak, ahol A Karantén Zóna készültének körülményeiről beszélgettek.
A felvételt a Spirit FM engedélyével közöljük. Grafika: Pauzenberger Tamás
This time on MonarchsFactory I’m finally revisiting that Kraken video I tried to make a year ago that kept going wrong and I ignored forever.
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First session of a Forged in the Dark zine KSd earlier this year. — Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/actualplay
Live at Labour Party Conference 2020.
In recent decades how we value work and workers has become deeply biased towards academic standards. Cognitive ability has become the gold standard of human esteem. As recently as the 1970s most people left school without qualifications, but now 40 per cent of all jobs are graduate-only. In this central struggle for status and dignity in the twenty-first century education will be at the forefront of reshaping societies priorities.
Speakers include: David Goodhart, Emma Hardy MP, Rt Hon John McDonnell MP, John Mcternan and Alun Francis
For more information on our Conference Programming please go to https://policyexchange.org.uk/labour-party-conference-2020/
People always say “write what you know”, but where do you draw the line before it’s too much information? Emma Jones, Sam George-Allen and Hannah Story discuss how to approach writing about everyday experiences, such as sex, relationships and the body.
The digital world has opened a whole new realm of possibilities that’s just waiting for poets to tap into. This week, Benjamin Laird and Melody Paloma will take you down the virtual rabbit hole and show us what digital poetry can do, and how we can use the computer to communicate our ideas in new and exciting ways.
Benjamin Laird is a poet and computer programmer. He writes print and electronic poems which have appeared in Peril, Unusual Work, Cordite Poetry Review, and Rabbit. He has written a book-length conceptual poem with US poet Angela Genusa, Composition (2014, Gauss PDF) and his most recent publication is The Durham Poems (2016, SOd Press), a chapbook of biographical electronic poems. He has edited two special issues of electronic poetry for Overland. He was a geek-in-residence at Australian Poetry (2012) and is currently a PhD candidate at RMIT University researching biographical poetry in print and programmable media. He is also the website producer for Overland literary journal and Cordite Poetry Review.
Presented in partnership with Australian Poetry
You’ve finished writing and been accepted for publication. The hard work is over…right? Lucy Adams explains the editorial process, including the best approaches to being critical of your own work, what to expect from an editor, and the dos and don’ts of working with those mythical creatures that wield the red pen. Presented by Voiceworks
Have you been staring at a blank page for too long? Join Scum Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Sian Campbell who’ll guide you through the best ways to start plotting, planning and writing your story.
Claire Lehmann is the founder and editor of online magazine Quillette. Quillette is a platform for free thought. Free expression and the free exchange of ideas help human societies flourish and progress. Quillette aims to provide a platform for this exchange.
At a time when freedom of thought and expression are under duress in the West this is a timely and fascinating discussion with one of Australia’s leading advocates for free speech and free inquiry.
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