I'm working on the final poems in a collection or poetry and prose titled, Red Line Wine, that I first put together in 1996. These are the poems and prose of my youth, of first love, of heartbreak, of dreams, homesickness, longing, of hope, and believing that anything is possible. I'll have a little … Continue reading Coming soon…Red Line Wine
So, I'm uploading/importing files to Kindle Direct and, apparently, that can take a minute, unless I start typing something else, I figure, and never mind that I need to vacuum and dust, and I thought, I'll write that post now. Last night I watched the HBO sort of documentary, it was more personal than that, … Continue reading Resilience. Carrie Fisher. The New Modern. How To Be Yourself.
Catching up on that reading. Laird Barron's "Occultation and Other Stories" is quite good. Should you find that you like scary stories, then I highly recommend this book of them. I like his prose, his use of vocabulary, and there's a bit of a sense of humor, if not a little bit of a sense … Continue reading What Happens When I Read
This statue, this sculpture, this piece of art, is how I feel, today, at forty-seven and a half years old. I don't recall where I grabbed this picture from so I apologize for not crediting whomever the artist is. In addition to music, I also occasionally use artwork, pictures, paintings, photographs, for inspiration when I … Continue reading Strong. Woman.
This isn't a documentary about a photographer of New York fashion and, or, street fashion. It is a documentary about an artist, whose medium happens to be photography, a man to whom fashion is art, and that is how he photographs it. Through his lens, a world of vibrant eccentricity has been captured, cataloged, and … Continue reading Through Another Lens