Jonathan Lethem + Janna Levin video
Brooklyn’s literary mashup artist enters the Seed Salon to discuss truth and beauty with the Columbia physicist/novelist.
Highlights video clip here.
Full hour conversation here.
The March 2007 issue of Seed is a great issue dealing with the concept of Truth and its elusiveness. The closest any science magazine will ever get to really embracing the occult and esoteric in the mainstream. Worth picking up.
New Grey Lodge Occult Review (finally)
The first Grey Lodge Occult Review in 2 years is out! Deleuze! Burroughs! Banksy! Ultraculture! And more.
Grey Lodge Occult Review 18.
Car-free in Portland, part 1
Part 1 of a new series I’m doing at WorldChanging’s Portland blog is up.
Wealth magic anthology looking for contributions
Taylor Ellwood is editing a new Immanium Press anthology on wealth magic, and is looking for contributors.
It should be an article on finances…it can be personal finances, business finances, something along those lines. You can feel free to email me with questions. The article should also contain a focus on magic and incorporating into how you deal with wealth. The magic can range from metamorphic (internal transformation) to practical magic used in everyday situations. Also articles can deal with situations where wealth magic didn’t work out, with a thorough explanation of why it didn’t work out. Don’t hesitate to bounce ideas off of me or ask questions.
length: 3,000 to 7,000 words.
Deadline: Rough draft is due June 30th, no exceptions!!! This gives you three months to come up with an article.
Citation Style. We will be using APA style citation for this anthology. For more information on that please go To this site
You’ll note the hanging indentations for the bibliography. Please DO NOT indent your citations. I will make sure that the layout person does this.
What contributors get: Contributors will receive a one time fee of $25.00 for their work, payable when the first royalties for the book come in (More details about this are provided in the contract). Contributors also get one free copy of the anthology and 40% off the cover price of other copies they choose to order.
To contact me with questions or articles please email me at this address: email@example.com
Women and tech conferences
A while ago Adam Greenfield posted something about the absence of women at tech conferences.
Today he linked to this. Maybe it’s shit like this that keeps women away from tech conferences, and the tech industry in general.