Who’s Afraid of Edrie Edrie

By: Edrie

A visual representation of what the next month of Artist in Residence posts will bring. I was having a beer one night, and I saw “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” scrawled in soap, I suppose, […]

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Virginia Woolf

By: Mark Kingwell

When, towards the end of her life, VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941), pioneer of literary modernism, met Sigmund Freud, pioneer of psychic spelunking, the latter presented her with a narcissus. It is not clear what Freud meant […]

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The Women’s Room

By: Peggy Nelson

I drink; we drink. I look up. “You have SARDINES in it.” My latest “film” is a Twitter movie. It’s about Adele Hugo, the youngest daughter of Victor Hugo (yes that Victor Hugo), who poured […]

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