Monthly Archives: March 2012

Occupy Spaceship Earth or… Downton Abbey?

Here we are, racing through the first quarter of 2012, a year heaving with portents, some good, some bad, some questionable and crazed. We’re seeing alignments of heavenly bodies  which haven’t occurred in donkeys’ years and the crumbly end of … Continue reading

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The Jackpot

The Jackpot by Letitia Trent The monogamous are like the very rich. They have to find their poverty. They have to starve themselves enough. -Adam Philip We are too flush our bosky hedge funds are fecund— we calculate the slow … Continue reading

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Robert McAlmon’s Psychoanalyzed Girl and the Popularization of Psychoanalysis in America

Freud (far left seated) and Jung (far right, seated) at Clark University in 1909 Robert McAlmon’s Psychoanalyzed Girl and the Popularization of Psychoanalysis in America by Chase Dimock (This article first appeared on The Qouch) Last fall, I wrote an … Continue reading

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