The stars will look very different tonight

“your face, your race, the way that you talk. I kiss you, you’re beautiful, I want you to walk”

Goodnight Star Man x



About Sam George

Associate Professor of Research, School of Humanities, University of Hertfordshire Co-convenor OGOM Project
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2 Responses to The stars will look very different tonight

  1. William the Bloody says:

    It’s very tragic but, from what I’ve heard, he leaves a magnificent swan song.
    For such a protean artist as Bowie, it’s inevitable that he would touch on OGOM interests like fantasy, Gothic, speculative fiction, and so on. Among the many tributes from my own friends and from other artists and musicians that have virtually dominated Facebook today, I found Julie Kagawa’s YA dark faerie romance The Iron King, which is on Sam’s Generation Dead module, was influenced by Bowie’s performance in the film Labyrinth. I’ve shared her post on the OGOM Facebook page–have a look!

  2. Lucy Northenra says:

    That is uncanny but also wonderful….was going to post on Bowie and liminality – thresholds but no words just now.

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