Racism as a Governing Apparatus: The Biopower of Michel Foucault

Racism as a Governing Apparatus: The Biopower of Michel Foucault

Tonight’s Poetry Friday

I made a #reading friend at work and she has supplied me with a few reads from local #southernillinois authors. Here, local writer and fellow #iraqwar Veteran shares poetry from 2012-2016. Thanks patti for fueling my thoughts. I think I’ll return the favor🤗📖 #poetry #poetrycommunity #amreading #FridayReads #book #booklovers #BookWorm #POEMS #poetweet #poetryofinstagram #poemsporn #poemsofinstagramContinue reading “Tonight’s Poetry Friday”

Coffee and content

Coffee and content. Which to choose? I’m debating between reading more #shortfiction or more essays. What do you think? #essay #shortstory #fiction #cookong #mindbodyspirit #read #amreading #literature #nonfiction #coffee #barnesandnoble #bookstore #books #magazine #anthology

Another Bookhaul!

Two book hauls in one #weekend! Only this one was topped off with some #oktoberfest craft beer from @revbrewchicago. I found these three #books at a local antique shop. They were a bit overpriced in general but these were well worth it. I stiluck with the classics, #ErnestHemingway and #raybradbury, and one modern female writer.Continue reading “Another Bookhaul!”

A Brief History on the Classical Canon of Arrangement: From Plato to Longinus

Every speech must be put together like a living creature, with a body of its own; it must be neither without head now without legs