You’ve heard by now that HarperCollins will be publishing a “new” book by Harper Lee, the author of one of my favourite books, To Kill a Mockingbird. Harper Lee, renowned for being reclusive and very protective of her work, may not have made the decision to publish, and that raises some interesting questions. Questions about . . . → Read More: centre of the universe: To Print or Not to Print
Ties by Henry Gepfer (henrygepfer.carbonmade.com)
1. The new hype about creativity
Who can hate creativity? Who would want less of it? No one, obviously.
But something profound has happened to the idea of creative expression in the past 20-30 years that should give us pause. For one, it’s become big business: as . . . → Read More: Art Threat: Privatizing creativity: the ruse of creative capitalism