Everyday Blake is a new project and part of the Blake 2.0 | Digital Reading Project at readers.blake2.org and is a series of resources that focus on the use of William Blake’s art and poetry in a variety of situations.
New reviews and articles.
January saw two new reviews on Zoamorphosis. James Rovira looks at Mary Lynn Johnson’s and John E. Grant’s update of their 1979 Norton critical edition of Blake’s Poetry and Designs while Jason Whittaker reviews Rovira’s Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety.
Also published in the Arts and Culture section were articles on Eduardo Paolozzi’s Newton sculpture, a Blakespotting feature on the link between Red John and Blake in the CBS series The Mentalist, and Samuel Palmer, all by Jason Whittaker, while Roger Whitson provided a fascinating insight into “Blakean trees” in Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist.