Monthly Archives: November 2022

Unfortunate Tensions: Maynard Dixon and the BYU Museum of Art

The recently opened exhibition of work by Maynard Dixon, I told Sam as we walked in, offers food for the soul. On loan from the Smithsonian, for instance, one painting explores the dimensions of fear. Among the treasures, another painting … Continue reading

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Prose in Two Voices: Žarko Radaković, David Albahari, Scott Abbott, and Peter Handke

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Aleksa Đukanović, PROSE IN TWO VOICES, interview with writer Žarko Radaković, November 5, 2022. Co-writing, is it really possible? “Four-handed writing” is an inadequate term. Because writing is always confinement in a cell and acting alone… It started a long … Continue reading

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