Feminist and poet. Songs of freedom, whispers of another way.
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Quotes and Commentaries
- Oscar Romero: God wants to save us in a people. He does not want to save us in isolation. And so today's church more than ever is accentuating
- David J. Linden: "Human societies strictly regulate pleasurable activities, and most have a concept of vice that’s applied to unregulated
- William T. Cavanaugh: The ﬁrst conclusion is that there is no such thing as a transhistorical or transcultural “religion” that is essentially separate
- Czeslaw Milosz: My Intention "I am here. Those three words contain all that can be said--you begin with those words and you return to them. Here
|"Noah, Magic, and Poetry: What is a Christian?" http://t.co/5ImsUheHSE — 14 hours 54 min ago|
|Just finished illuminating the "S." From an old choir book. http://t.co/LZL1fj6c4j — 1 week 4 days ago|
|RT @kellymoltzen: So glad to hear Grow Your Own Farm-to-Table fundraiser was a success! http://t.co/CgIOrFkpIB via @glassdimly — 1 week 6 days ago|
|…at least our imaginations are safe. #heartbleed #xkcd http://t.co/x9xtqxEpy3 — 1 week 6 days ago|
|Here's how to test any URL to see if it's vulnerable to the Heartbleed SSL exploit. Thanks, @maco_nix! http://t.co/wJ2OQOYB9S — 1 week 6 days ago|
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This work by Jeremy John is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, based on a work at http://glassdimly.com.
As for the illumination drop-cap work, in the United States and in many other countries, the copyright term of life is that of the author plus 100 years.
The official position taken by the Wikimedia Foundation and myself is that "faithful reproductions of two-dimensional public domain works of art are public domain." Therefore, in the US, photographic reproduction of works of art with lapsed copyright are also considered to be in the public domain.
As for the other images: I intend to honor the works I reference and bolster their reputations. But please, let me know here if you are the holder of any copyright you feel I'm violating and I will remove it.
Letters From Prison
November, 2003, my partner and I cut the lock on a small pedestrian gate leading on the Fort Benning US military installation as an act of nonviolent civil disobedience. Fort Benning is home to the notorious School of the Americas, a US training school for Latin American soldiers from whence emerged 12 dictators who seized power through military coups. We knew that we would go to prison for our action.
Below are letters, poems, and communiques from my six months in Terre Haute Federal Prison.