26.03.2012 [Irish Independent] - Memorably described as "the EmilyDickinson of Addiction", Reihill's searing story was launched recently at the Irish Museum of Modern Art by Madeleine Keane, literary editor of this parish. The event was marked with a dramatic druidic ceremony at
02.04.2012 [Artnet] - Most art wants attention, but there are many ways of doing this -- from being taken aback by Andy Warhol's clashing colors and sliding silk-screens to being stopped in your tracks by just a dash in a poem by EmilyDickinson. Art isn't something that
20.03.2012 [New Yorker (blog)] - She took pictures of objects she was drawn to—EmilyDickinson's white dress; Virginia Woolf's writing desk; Annie Oakley's tiny heart-shaped target pierced by a bullet hole; Robert Smithson's spiral jetty; and a cast of the veiny hands of Daniel
These are the original words of EmilyDickinson. There are different versions which were "cleaned up" for publication by well-meaning editors and entitled "The Chariot" (Why? It's... - 11.17.2009, YouTube
Americas in 1492, rather than Christopher Columbus. --- Legend has it that England will not fall to an invader so long as there are ravens at the Tower of London. --- Noted raven... - 10.12.2008, YouTube
09.04.2012 [Huffington Post (blog)] - Inspired by one professor's infectious enthusiasm for EmilyDickinson, Obsessed is a new HuffPost Culture series exploring the idiosyncratic, all-consuming passions of public figures and unknowns alike. Through a mix of blogs and interviews
09.04.2012 [Papeles Perdidos (blog)] - ... obras literarias empiezan y terminan entre las cuatro paredes de una habitación, por eso la web Apartment Therapy ha recopilado en esta galería de fotos los espacios de trabajo de autores como Flannery O'Connor, EmilyDickinson o William Faulkner.
09.04.2012 [HeraldNet (blog)] - Poems by Gwendolyn Brooks, William Wordsworth, EmilyDickinson and Langston Hughes are among the favorites. But don't feel tied to the classics. The only rule is you can't read a poem written by yourself, a friend, or a relative.
09.04.2012 [Knoxville News Sentinel] - Bervin lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, and teaches in the MFA program at Vermont College of Fine Arts. She curated the New York exhibition, “EmilyDickinson at Poets House: Manuscripts from the Donald and Patricia Oresman Collection,” which included a
My friends are my "estate." Forgive me then the avarice to hoard them. - Letter to Samuel Bowles (August 1858 or 1859), letter #193 of The Letters of EmilyDickinson, ed. Thomas H. Johnson, assoc. ed. Theodora Ward, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1958
09.04.2012 [UB News Center] - Cristanne Miller's new book, "Reading in Time: EmilyDickinson and the Nineteenth Century," challenges longstanding beliefs about the poet and her poetry. BUFFALO, NY -- In a new book that scholars are calling one of the most important critical studies
07.04.2012 [OregonLive.com] - EmilyDickinson's poem called hope "the thing with feathers," but Friday's "Grimm" episode of the same name went, as the saying goes, another way. The thing with feathers here was a poor woman whose Wesen bird-creature genes left her susceptible to
10.04.2012 [Sacramento Bee] - He wrote "The Belle of Amherst" about EmilyDickinson, which had a nice run for STC in 2011, prompting the company's return to the well of Luce's profitable pen. While it's tempting and easy to go on about the fascinating wreck of Barrymore himself
08.04.2012 [Winston-Salem Journal] - Produced and directed by Dudley Carpenter, "Meeting of Minds, Show 5" is a continuation of the discussion started in February with Attila the Hun, EmilyDickinson, Charles Darwin and Galileo. The play uses a talk-show format, but features guests who
29.03.2012 [Patheos (blog)] - Not to get somewhat EmilyDickinson on you, but are you “weird” too? Emily writes: Thanks to the New York Times, The Washington Post, and CNN, I hear on almost a daily basis just how weird I am. Of course, they don't say that in so many words.
05.04.2012 [The Villager] - For the benefit of the West Village Chorale (currently celebrating its 40th anniversary), Barbara Dana performs William Luce's one-woman play “The Belle of Amherst” — about the life and works of poet EmilyDickinson. The evening also features a buffet