Overview[ edit ] Many of the challenges associated with Internet censorship are similar to those for offline censorship of more traditional media such as newspapers, magazines, books, music, radio, television, and film. One difference is that national borders are more permeable online: Thus censors must work to prevent access to information even though they lack physical or legal control over the websites themselves. This in turn requires the use of technical censorship methods that are unique to the Internet, such as site blocking and content filtering.
Essays on the Writing and Life. His story "Spanish Castle" was optioned by Ziji Productions, and he co-wrote the screenplay; recently his novel Racer has been shortlisted for the Berlinale Film Conference Ellipsis 8 magazine recently featured his art and published an interview with editor H.
Perry Horton about working as an artist and writer. Hidden deep inside the pages of any of my books are unlimited references to the very first thoughts I may have had as a child, the spaces, the hesitations, the mis-pronounced words.
Look elsewhere for traces of achievement: After seeing an exhibit of Francis Bacon when he was 12 he decided to pursue being an artist as a lifelong endeavor. He has exhibited in both the Bay Area and in Europe. He lives in northern Manhattan. Glenn Bach 's current project is Atlas Peripatetic, a long sequence inspired by the sounds of his morning walk.
Bach is also active as a sound artist and curator. He is a Ph. Bennett has published over books and chapbooks of poetry and other materials. He has published, exhibited and performed his word art worldwide in thousands of publications and venues. Richard Kostelanetz has called him "the seminal American poet of my generation".
His work, publications, and papers are collected in several major institutions, including Washington University St.
Bill Berkson has worked as a poet, critic, teacher, editor and publisher, and curator for over half a century. Eve West Bessier is a author of poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
She was born in the Netherlands and has lived in Davis, California for the past two decades. She currently works as a Certified Life Coach and Vocal Coach, and teaches writing workshops and residencies. She worked for The University of California, Davis for eighteen years in educational research, program development and evaluation.
She is a performing jazz vocalist, a visual artist and a promoter of community arts programs. Her poetry was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in Currently, she enjoys teaching and studying poetry at Temple University. His stage plays and radio plays have been produced widely and he is the recipient of a Dramalogue Award.
He recently sold his screenplay "Irreparably Damage" to be made into a feature-length film in Vienna in For the last 15 years, he has curated poetry readings for the Segue Foundation, most recently at Bowery Poetry Club in Manhattan.
He is the editor of Atomic Ghost: A Nuclear Reader, Univ. He teaches at Northern Illinois University. Conscientious Objector during the Vietnam War. I rejected a Presidential Pardon from Gerald Ford. Two of my favorite writers are Gertrude Stein and John M.
His poetry has evolved from the early experimental radicalities of his first two books, Confluential Trajectories and Porchcat Nadir, to the unsettling existential mosaics of his current collections, including his ongoing multi-book project Notes On NonExistence.
His poems have been published widely in America as well as in Europe and Scandinavia. His current interests are in experimenting with the fusion of text and images in 3-D computer graphics environments, and exploring the possibilities of poetry as landscape.
His book Imaginal Landscapes, was published by Xexoxial Editions. Links to his current online work can be found at http: From a Glass House, her first poetry collection sincewill be published by Ikon Books early in Recent issues of Tarpaulin Sky and Lodestar Quarterly include excerpts from her new novel, The Company of Cannibals, which is in search of a publisher.
You can check out her literary blog and archived work at www. Joe Clifford is currently a second-year student in the M. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Connecticut Review; Traveling:High School American History and Economics help.
Supreme Court case summaries. Donate via Mail: Brother Nathanael Foundation PO Box Priest River, ID The first copyright law was a censorship law. It was not about protecting the rights of authors, or encouraging them to produce new works. Authors' rights were in little danger in sixteenth-century England, and the recent arrival of the printing press (the world's first copying machine) was if anything energizing to writers.
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A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess. Penguin Burgess's vision of a horrifying dystopian near-future. A Clockwork Orange also contains an experiment in language: Burgess creates a new speech that is the teenage slang of the not-too-distant London.
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