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Jack Frost Rocks

  WONDER: The Sequel Yesterday, I went to see Rise of the Guardians with my daughter, who is twelve. This was payback for my dragging her to Life of Pi (she later thanked me), as per our negotiated settlement. While both movies were visually stunning, I’m dedicating this post to […]

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New Year’s Resolutions are so last universe!

Here’s a recipe for self-hatred: Make a long list of things you promise yourself you’ll do, don’t do them, head for the refrigerator, rinse, repeat. You know the drill.  Generally, I believe in recycling, but some things, like numbers one through five on my list, are better served in the […]

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Anticipating Creativity

I loved teaching art, but hated giving grades because I didn’t want to inhibit my students’ ability to take risks.  I consider risks and failure to be the lifeblood of creative output. Three years ago, I quit my university teaching job to pursue my own work and work with other […]

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