Losslit contributor:
Imogen Reid

Imogen recently completed a practice-based PhD at Chelsea College of Arts, my practice being writing. My thesis focused on the ways in which film has been used by novelists as a resource to transform their writing practice, and on how the non-conventional writing techniques generated by film could, in turn, produce alternative forms of readability.

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The Time Of Suspense And The Time Of Suspension

In the following text I will compare two kinds of waiting, the first, which agitated and anxious, is written through Roland Barthes’ scenography of the waiting lover as seen in his book A Lover’s Discourse (1990). The second kind of waiting, which is bland and uneventful, is drawn through an alternative kind of time, the […]