http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEpZrZNtgxE davepress: Chris Claremont at Columbia on his papers being collected. I was at this panel discussion, and while I was excited to check out his papers at the time, I never did. Now I wish I did. Next semester, I’ll be teaching X-MEN: God Loves, Man Kills, because I think it’s especially topical to… Continue reading On Chris Claremont’s papers.
Last week I watched Patrick Meaney’s Chris Claremont’s X-Men documentary. Here are a few of the things that I learned from that experience. One: Claremont always asks is there any reason this character can’t be female? Two: Intersperse issues with a focus on character. Three: Don’t make a prison of your own making. Four: Make… Continue reading On Chris Claremont.
Paraphrased and adapted from this post by Charles Soule. DECIDE on what you can do today and do it. I practice this by meditating for ten minutes before I start my day–before a shower sometimes. I focus on my breath, while letting my mind run through all that I have to accomplish that day. Then… Continue reading How I Do It [or “Soule Work” for my students].