He who laughs as last resort
Intelligent Discourse in The Age of “Information”
or It Was Like That When I Found It
James Joyce (1882-1941) was an Irish poet and writer, academically known for his experimental use of language and wit in such works as Ulysses (1922) and Finnegans Wake (1939). He was a master of rhetoric, as he was a master of mimicry, but the figure of speech he is best known for, and arguably the…
This is a poem I wrote a few days before seeking treatment for a decade long and devastating opiate addiction in March of 2007. I plan to edit it and attempt to publish it, but not being poetic, writing much then, or having studied poetic meter or lyricism, I think it’s pretty good. And it’s…
This is the pun fart.
DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT – Christine W. Chen “The Earth Below” for me is a combination of my admiration for Puccini’s opera “Madam Butterfly” and the themes of Alienation, Woman Power, and Unrequited Love.