From LOLcats to Prehistoric Penises: The History of Memes

It’s typical to think of memes as a modern phenomenon. Indeed internet memes are, but what if “meme-age” refers to something deeper, something more entrenched in the history of culture and societal practices. While the notion of the meme is complex, and critics have difficulty fixing down its meaning even now, delving into the mystery of […]

Writer’s Note: Konstandin Normandeau – A Durham Play

Fraser David Logue explains his identity and existence as Konstandin Normandeau and it’s association with the world of theatre…