For me as a child, reading was my central refuge and bliss. At a certain point after tasting the salt and tang of poetry and story on my tongue and letting them slip into my body, I wanted in my own way to emulate what I so much admired. So I started scribbling down poems at about the age of six.
I first saw it at Aangirfan blog, where it has been used repeatedly as an illustration of classified experiments done on children in the MKULTRA project.
When I first came across it in aroundI was shocked, as most people would be. I know children were subjected to this, and worse, by scientists funded by the CIA and governments. However I also questioned its authenticity.
Lee Henderson, Writer. October 6, too, like DeLillo, Coover, Pynchon, Paley, Barthelme, and so on. I also loved reading a few Canadian books like Robert Kroetsch’s Studhorse Man. 3. Is your creative process always the same when you write fiction? I am interested in these sorts of brainy conundrums and how a fiction writer is. An Interview with Don Proch BorderCrossings, Vol. 9 #2, the publication of Robert Kroetsch's Seed Catalogue in was a poetic germination that continues to produce a hardy, No less seminal was an exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in by a year-old teacher and soon to be full-time artist named Don Proch. Dorothy Ferguson Kroetsch (born ) Bryan Greenough The picture we on AncientFaces is an old yellowed newspaper photo. I am attaching the new photo and ask that you take the old one out and put the new clear picture in its place. Day here in 2 days - the timing could not be better. Thank You, AncientFaces. My long lost Aunt is now
Where was the photo taken, and in what year? Who found it and how did they get hold of it?
It's important to note that all records of experiments on children were destroyed by CIA chief Richard Helms in Although many victims have come forward recounting their experiences as children in this program, a huge effort has been made by all the institutions involved to hide or destroy any evidence, for obvious reasons.
The biggest being, the possibility of a massive class action suit on behalf of the estimated hundreds of thousands of survivors. Blogger and aerial photographer Ellen Atkin recently posted this image at her blogalongside a photo of herself, possibly a school photo, in which she appears at "about eight years old in ".
So she stated, somewhere, but I recently learned Ellen is now 53 -- meaning she was born around That's way too late for her to be the same little girl.
I think there is no denying a certain physical resemblance. What's lacking are details to back it up, e. The girl in the "Strain All Urine" photo appears to be eight to ten years old.
MKULTRA ran fromif the information in the caption is correct, this little girl would have been born no later than However, the copy I found on the internet is dated "" - if accurate by she would have been a teenager, at least Like several other survivorsEllen grew up on the Canada-US border, an area where many similar classified programs operated in the s and 60s.
Joan Baez is a famous survivor of the Cornell mind control program. Another is the late Lynne Moss Sharman, whom I had the privilege of meeting and knowing briefly -- featured in a video posted at Aangirfan blog in This is what a real survivor sounds like.
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Recently she was shortlisted for the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry. Her first collection of poems, Slow States of Collapse is forthcoming with ECW Press. into the evening.
So now I am up and thought maybe I should blog because it has been awhile and I always swear to myself that I will blog more frequently but apparently I am.
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A Pleasant Séjour in Robert Kroetsch. Shazia Hafiz Ramji is the recipient of the Robert Kroetsch Award for Innovative Poetry and was a finalist for the National Magazine Award for Poetry. am Getting Started: What I’m Wearing Now (Alfred Gustav Press $) What I’m Wearing Now is a poetic catwalk.
In these pages are history, politics, designers, and the. I am harshest on this chapter because I read it as the most disjointed in the collection. The chapter worries me because it reminds me of Colin MacCabe’s charge that cultural studies lacks intellectual rigour and its practitioners are unwilling to be critiqued according to the traditional disciplines.
Laura Kroetsch is a Fulbright scholar. And the Bible and Old Germanic oral traditions are twin very early narrative influences, Robert Kroetsch argued that all writing is conversation, existing in a context far larger than any individual writer or text. How do you feel your writing fits into those larger conversations?
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