Dave Griffith: author, teacher, arts admin

Dave Griffith is the author of A Good War is Hard to Find: The Art of Violence in America (Soft Skull). He is the Director of Creative Writing at Interlochen Center for the Arts. He is at work on a manuscript titled Pyramid Scheme: Making Art and Being Broke in America (check it out by clicking the link in the opposite sidebar).

230east:

Passage from the 1960 essay “Some Aspects of the Grotesque in Southern Literature.” Context, transcript and discussion of the full essay here: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2014/03/25/flannery-o-connor-grotesque-reading/

Never knew this existed.

Dune climbing with Alex Day. #upinmichigan (at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore)

Evening walk with Alexander Day #upinmichigan (at Interlochen, MI)

daycathy:

Do the Right Thing, #ferguson —- #JusticeforMikeBrown
#MikeBrown
#FERGUSON
#Spikelee
#Dotherightthing
#Standup
#SilenceisNOTanOption
#Blackpride

Charlotte #lifewithcharlotte #upinmichigan #lightinaugust

Heart-shaped rocks found during birthday beach combing

Birthday beach combing with @jmesgriff Water looks like the Carribean. #nofilter (at Bohemian Beach)

Boatin w @riverfool and @jmesgriff (at Interlochen, Michigan)

And this too, which our neighbors gave us, but had a shoddy finish on it. #shopclassassoulcraft

So this is what I’ve been doing to de-compress after six weeks of art camp. #Essay forthcoming. #shopclassassoulcraft

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