Welcome to the Creative Resources page for Inventing Snow. Mayme Snow is a freelance writer, musical composer, gardener, and autodidact of linguistic anthropology without the slightest care if any of them will ever make her any money. Read her work here.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - SAME LOVE feat. Mary Lambert (official video)
The fear of getting falsely accused of rape just doesn’t compare to the fear of an actual rapist getting away with his or her crime. Statistics from Justice Department, National Crime Victimization Survey: 2006-2010 and FBI reports. NOTE (1/7/13): For more detail on statistics used, please click here.
Berlinde De Bruyckere is a Belgian artist based in Ghent. Known for her haunting sculptures that are fabricated with a range of materials (like wax, resin, wool, horse skin, lead, cast iron and hair), De Bruyckere eerily explores pain as well horror, shame and the consequences of aggression. Having garnered international attention with her work The Black Horse at the 2003 Venice Biennale, De Bruyckere’s work is now being exhibited worldwide which is poignant given the state of the world and the artist’s fascination with power, politics, religion and economic struggles. Her work is traumatic and truly forces to the viewer to think about the modern condition. She’s currently exhibiting at DHC/ART in Montreal until November 13th, 2011. The exhibition is not to be missed.
The terrorist attacks on 9/11 happened ten years ago, and although everybody remembers what they were doing at that flashbulb moment, and many aspects of our lives were changed by those attacks, from traveling to shopping to going online, one thing stands out: the only significant impact that 9/11 has had on the English language is 9/11 itself.