Posts Tagged With: writing

Posted in Philosophy
August 11, 2020

Longing For An Impossible Past – Derrida’s Of Grammatology And The Coronavirus, Part 1 (Jared Lacy)

The following is the first installment of a two-part series. As we witness the aftermath of the initial responses to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — the failures and successes of the various shelter-in-place orders and a global economy interrupted — it is difficult not to notice the fact that in…

Posted in Creative Writing
February 20, 2017

Library Of Dreams – Bibliotherapy And The Beautiful Barrio (Joy Roulier Sawyer)

Years ago I pursued a doctorate in the interdisciplinary fields of art, psychology, and theology. At the time, I served as poetry editor for a flailing literary journal with the same three-part focus, an enterprise that eventually folded, as did many publications of that era. I felt intuitively that our…