Blank on Blank on transforms lost audio interviews with iconic figures into animated short films with PBS Digital Studios, and a podcast and radio series with PRX. Source: Blank on Blank Animated I…
Blank on Blank on transforms lost audio interviews with iconic figures into animated short films with PBS Digital Studios, and a podcast and radio series with PRX.
Always one of my favorite Melville stories.
Once upon a time, I accidentally stumbled across a screen adaptation with Crispin Glover as Bartleby. Run don’t walk
Nikil Saval | Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace | Doubleday | April 2014 | 31 minutes (8,529 words)
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I have known the inexorable sadness of pencils…
—Theodore Roethke, “Dolor”
The torn coat sleeve to the table. The steel pen to the ink. Write! Write! Be it truth or fable. Words! Words! Clerks never think.
—Benjamin Browne Foster, Down East Diary (1849)
They labored in poorly lit, smoky single rooms, attached to merchants and lawyers, to insurance concerns and banks. They had sharp penmanship and bad eyes, extravagant clothes but shrunken, unused bodies, backs cramped from poor posture, fingers callused by constant writing. When they were not thin, angular, and sallow, they were ruddy and soft; their paunches sagged onto their thighs.
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Friends don’t let friends hit the local hip-hop what put you to sleep!
Saw these guys at the Urban Lounge in SLC last night. Some seriously talented people hiding under unturned stones here.
SO HAPPY to find inspiration in that immediacy of self expression adrenaline in places I wasn’t even looking for it.
I hope these guys blow up. Seems inevitable to me. Love when SLC puts out something fresh when a lot of out of towners ask if Utah has electricity yet…
Feed my soul