Daily Archives: May 7, 2007

The battle between art and science begins (its US run)

“Science-in-fiction” novelist/chemist Carl Djerassi’s play Phallacy marks its American premiere this month, hosted by Redshift Productions. The play’s teaser? “The battle between art and science begins.” If I were in NYC I’d definitely go see this, although I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Poem of the Week: Edison in Love

Robin Ekiss writes poems that draw hungrily and indiscriminately from history, science, art, language, nature – basically, the entire liberal arts curriculum: The consolation of physics is art: scoliotic curve of the earth, cello that was Adam’s first knowledge of … Continue reading

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