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July 1, 2013

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Elegy

A dark ponderance on the nature of death, the past, and grieving vicariously through the funeral of someone else's loved one.

Essays, Literature
A Ticket for Life: An Interview with Animator Ferenc Rofusz

A Ticket for Life: An Interview with Animator Ferenc Rofusz

Some thirty years after The Fly, which won him an Academy Award for short animation in 1981, Hungarian animator Ferenc Rofusz has a new short, Ticket. It tells the life story of a man from birth to grave, entirely told from his personal perspective.

Artists, Film, Interviews
Love Knowledge Animation

Shifting Thoughts Produce “Love Knowledge” Animation by Philosophrenic

If you've been reading Zouch since our launch, then you no doubt remember the fascinating Philosophrenic comic by Rachael J. Freedman. You may also have noticed...

Art, Art Shouts
Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson’s “Gilead” is part fiction, part philosophical treatise. And like the best meditations, Robinson’s story gives the reader a new perspective on the world.

Books, Reviews
As Pink Turns Blue We Live Again

As Pink Turns Blue We Live Again (goth is undead…)

Pink Turns Blue retains a certain immortal quality that keeps them at the forefront of the gothic music scene evermore.

Commentary, Culture, Music
Post Title

Elegy

A dark ponderance on the nature of death, the past, and grieving vicariously through the funeral of someone else's loved one.

Essays, Literature
A Ticket for Life: An Interview with Animator Ferenc Rofusz

A Ticket for Life: An Interview with Animator Ferenc Rofusz

Some thirty years after The Fly, which won him an Academy Award for short animation in 1981, Hungarian animator Ferenc Rofusz has a new short, Ticket. It tells the life story of a man from birth to grave, entirely told from his personal perspective.

Artists, Film, Interviews
Love Knowledge Animation

Shifting Thoughts Produce “Love Knowledge” Animation by Philosophrenic

If you've been reading Zouch since our launch, then you no doubt remember the fascinating Philosophrenic comic by Rachael J. Freedman. You may also have noticed...

Art, Art Shouts
Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson’s “Gilead” is part fiction, part philosophical treatise. And like the best meditations, Robinson’s story gives the reader a new perspective on the world.

Books, Reviews
As Pink Turns Blue We Live Again

As Pink Turns Blue We Live Again (goth is undead…)

Pink Turns Blue retains a certain immortal quality that keeps them at the forefront of the gothic music scene evermore.

Commentary, Culture, Music

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