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Midlife Creativity and Identity: Life Into Art.


Midlife Creativity and Identity: Life Into Art

Philip Miles



203 pages




Miles introduces, investigates, and explains creative processes through the lives, work, and subjectivities of 10 people generating music, art, and literature for public consumption, all entering or experiencing middle-age and living in English. He covers lost in space: music and aura; music, sociality, and identity; the subterranean river; down in the woods; inspired by the sea; living a dream and dreaming a living; shifting rhythms and a sense of purpose; the mezzanine and midlife creativity; and Monday afternoon and the millennium. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Jan 1, 2019
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