Crime: this category of my blog includes articles and videos about Crime Against Nature, the book and the series which reveal all the many ways girls and boys can be naturally.
There are times when I have to make art in order to be able to make other art. Parfois, je crée une œuvre afin de faire d’autres œuvres.
I’ve just done a second run of the book, and I’m so pleased with how the printing turned out.
A few ideas of how to do one. Quelques idées de comment vous pouvez faire la vôtre.
Cultivating press is essential to the well-being of all artists—by that I mean their career’s success, of course, but also their artistic health since we all need feedback in order to grow. And getting your work talked about doesn’t require any dark magic. In fact, there are just five things to remember as you pursue coverage for your art.
Humans like to think of themselves as “other” and often “better” when compared with nonhuman animals, but a book by Barbara Naterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers, Zoobiquity: What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing, proves this mindset is not only silly but also dangerous.
My credibility as the author of Crime Against Nature, a book about science, has been called into question now and again.
Sometimes it’s hard to think of who is interested in the work you make, but the press—both the press you go after and the press you get—can help you figure it out.
This post started out as a glowing review of Kenji Yoshino’s book Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights and turned into a similar sort of endorsement of Emilie Wapnick’s work.
When artists make changes to the sort of work they create, it can upset fans, but, when they understand how their brand works, their evolution is received quite differently by their audience. Quand un artiste modifie sa façon de créer, souvent ses fans ne sont pas contents, mais, quand un artiste comprend comment sa marque marche, son changement se déroule autrement.
I created a new section of my site in preparation for a surprise! J’ai créé une nouvelle section de mon site en préparation pour une surprise!
A few days ago my work appeared on Hyperallergic, but it didn’t get there through any magical means.
In arguments in front of the Supreme Court this past week, the legality of same-sex marriage was discussed in terms of the “basic biological fact” of heterosexual reproduction. Happily, scientist and author David George Haskell didn’t let that misdirection go unchallenged.