[-empyre-] Margie's work after geni
Yes, like geni, I find Afterimage strong too. It plays a lot not only with
time and space, but also with multiple voices and identities, though the
intensity is greater because no one actually speaks.
It's also very moving: its easy to be satiric and whimsical on the web, but
more difficult to sustain affective work of this kind.
Dr. Hazel Smith
Senior Research Fellow
School of Creative Communication
University of Canberra Centre for Writing
Editor of Inflect http://www.ce.canberra.edu.au/inflect
University of Canberra
phone 6201 5940
More about my creative work at
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