5 Interesting Links for 04-26-2019

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Research (Creativity)

A neuroscientist and composer discuss how they are working together to understand creativity through their different perspectives.
https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/5/16597660/david-eagleman-anthony-brandt-runaway-species-creativity-neuroscience-psychology-design-interview

Resistance (Literature)

Blending personal history with literature, the author explores why The Chosen One theme neither reflects reality nor gives room to demonstrate the kind of resistance people can enact every day to change the world.
http://strangehorizons.com/non-fiction/on-resistance-the-chosen-one/

Miniatures (Art)

An artist works in miniature to transform antique jewelry and watches into worlds that tell a story.
https://mymodernmet.com/miniature-worlds-antique-jewelry-gregory-grozos/

Philosophy (Writing)

This interview with Alexandra Rowland introduced me to the genre she coined, which I have been writing pretty much my whole life but without a name to call it. She explores what she calls hopepunk as it relates to the current social environment along with other influences on story and imagination.
https://www.robhopkins.net/2019/01/14/alexandra-rowland-on-hopepunk-grimdark-story-and-imagination/

Innovation (Punishment)

A prosecutor pushed for a different approach to punish first-time offenders: a reading list and essay assignments related to the content of their graffiti.
https://www.bbc.com/news/stories-47936071

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