Wednesday, April 19, 2006

In search of some useful pop-psychology or self help books on hostility

Mine and everyone else's. And I don't mean getting rid of it. I mean understanding it and being up front about it.

There was some discussion at Post Moot about blogland and the net as public and/or social space...about the ways it both creates connection but also reinforces distance and alienation. I'll go back to my notes on the discussion, but my notes are all doodles.

I'm going to go buy broccoli at the farmer's market and go for a run.

6 comments:

Ray said...

hi dear i don't have any usuful BOOKS on hostility to offer you but I have plenty of PERSONAL HOSTILITY CASE STUDIES! Anyway, hostility is FUN! Are you trying to get RID of it??? Why!!! I am a PRO-HOSTILITY girl.

K. Lorraine Graham said...

Hey now, I said "And I don't mean getting rid of it. I mean understanding it and being up front about it."

Mark and I are writing a poem called "NO."

Gelsinger said...

The book looks beautiful. Any way to enlarge the picture?

K. Lorraine Graham said...

Hey, thanks!

The original is , which is larger. I need to scan these pictures--right now I've only taken photographs of them, so the images aren't very clear.

K. Lorraine Graham said...

I didn't format that link very well, but you get the idea.

Gelsinger said...

Thanks. I still can't really read it though :(