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Actually, when I write, there is a feeling of necessity, of something stronger than myself, that demands that I must write as I write.
it’s your choice –from WHAT IT IS by Lynda Barry, Drawn & Quarterly (2008)
Brualitat in Stein [Brutality in Stone] (1961), a collaboration between Alexander Kluge (writer, filmmaker) and Peter Schamoni (filmmaker) ________________________________ W.G. Sebald, in his essay “Between History and Natural History: On the literary description of total destruction,” considers the work of West German writer, Alexander Kluge. Kluge’s book, New Stories. Nos 1-18 (1977) takes on the… Read More catastrophic stories
I do think you have to engage the reader, the viewer, what have you. I mean you just can’t–you just can’t say, ‘well fuck the bourgeoisie.’ You do have to engage. How you engage, is the secret of any great teacher, I think. You don’t insult, but you make contact, and you elevate somehow. –John… Read More to correct course