“Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select … Continue reading
Category Archives: Intellectual Property
What do you remember of making the Lust for Life album?The title track was taken from a TV theme and written on a kid’s ukelele. He [Bowie] just said, “Call that Lust for Life,” which I think he’d cribbed from … Continue reading
I taught derivative works with this Negativland video for a few semesters. It popped into my mind for no reason whatsoever this morning, so here you go.
Interesting from an authorship standpoint as well as a creative work standpoint. Also comforting for any of us who would desperately like to believe that something besides ourselves is responsible for getting the writing done. (I mean that in a … Continue reading
Rewriting the Author View more presentations from Krista Kennedy. Here are the slides for my CCCC09 presentation, which is a broad, sweeping look at my dissertation. (It’s more or less the job talk with all the theory and methods ripped … Continue reading
Via the ever-fabulous Astronave, without whom there would be no Star Trek slash in my life. See also:
via Wooster Collective, pointed out by Mister Husband.
I picked up a copy of Cab’s autobiography, “Minnie the Moocher and Me,” last week, and have been dipping into it in the evenings. I had expected it to be a sanitized “aren’t I fabulous and interesting?” celeb bio, but … Continue reading