Two brothers kill each other. Authorities — afraid of losing power, influenced by familial disagreements — determine that one brother is worth mourning and the other is not. Everyone tries to do the right thing and society is ripped apart, a family destroyed. The recent […]
My dear and talented friend Mary Wehner continues to create beautiful art in so many ways. I came across her blog the other night, simple and intelligent. This post consists solely of two lovely photos of altered churches: http://marywehner.blogspot.com/2015/10/altered-churches.html And in this blog post from […]
Come join us on Friday night at the Big Apple Film Festival for the premiere of three animated shorts exploring Rabbit’s mysterious journey. What do you think it means? Follow Rabbit in his enigmatic and moving quest for answers. And meet my buddy Don! For […]
In 1892 you could purchase over 700 apple cultivars from commercial nurseries in the United States. By the nineteen-sixties you could most likely find only three varieties in your grocery store: McIntosh, Red Delicious, and Golden Delicious. Many popular and prize-winning pome varieties are now […]
This book is stunningly beautiful! And it’s by my best friend Ann:
Book Launch at Powerhouse Arena
MONDAY, MARCH 03, 2014
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
THE POWERHOUSE ARENA
37 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (Dumbo)
Ann Peters reads from House Hold, followed by conversation with poet and memoirist Honor Moore.
For more information, please call 718.666.3049
RSVP appreciated: RSVP@powerHouseArena.com
Thanks, Susan. This was incredible. Such a lovely meal, also including an amazing paella, Val’s homemade gingerbread and apple pie brought by Nadia.
Bravo to Lauren LoPrete, creator of this mashup tumblr combining the images and art of Charles Schulz’ Peanuts series with the lyrics of Morrissey, Johnny Marr, and The Smiths. I find This Charming Charlie incredibly powerful, perhaps because they combine the art with which I most strongly identified in the first and second decades (roughly) of my life, respectively. The lost years!
Lauren LoPrete is a graphic designer living and working in the Bay Area.
The Visit by Buku Sarkar My tennis buddy Buku has recently published a lovely long short story The Visit in the literary magazine n+1 . Her stories are even more beautiful than her tennis game. n+1 is a print magazine of politics, literature, and culture published three times […]