The McLuhan Galaxy: Punctuation as Massage

the mcluhan galaxy: punctuation as massage Last week, I was thinking about punctuation that is authorial and punctution that is editorial, trying to argue that the former does not necessarily take precedent over the latter in the understanding and appreciation of a literary piece of work. This led me to re-read McKenzie’s lectures on the sociology of […]

‘A sad hand at your punctuation’: If writer’s don’t care, why should we?

‘A sad hand at your punctuation’: if writers don’t care, why should we? When I lived in Scotland while doing my PhD, I once threw a 90s music party for which people were asked to come dressed in what that era requires: garish make-up, pigtails, baggy shirts, large loud patterns. My flatmates didn’t believe it […]