H.D., born Hilda Doolittle, was a profoundly talented writer, a pioneer of modernism, and a literary visionary whose work is unlike any other I have ever read. You’ve also, possibly, never heard of her, or read anything she’s ever written. Despite the best efforts of her literary executor, Norman Holmes Pearson, after her death inContinue reading “So you want to read H.D.?”
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This is Your PhD on Lockdown
It is January 5th, 2021. Yesterday, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom announced the third national lockdown the country has undertaken to attempt to curb the spread of a deadly, highly contagious virus. Yesterday was also, technically, the first day of my PhD.