It speaks of simplicity and clarity.
It says: "less is more."
The Photography of Jon Rendell
A Revival of Titanic
Worthy of the Legend
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
Gatsby on Steroids
winners rode off
luxury SUVs, the
to bars or
at New York
Miles David Moore
A Spectre, Haunting: On the Communist Manifesto
This is a succinctly brilliant gloss by writer China Miéville on the
document that still haunts both the hopes and fears of people
(depending on where they sit on the political spectrum).
Some of These Days
Some of these days, You'll miss your honey,
Some of these days, You'll feel so lonely,
And when you leave me, I know you'll grieve me.
Arthur Danin Adler
Let's hypothesize your goal is to become a skilled,
confident professional working something that you love,
and making some money.
Those of a certain age will remember those classic tuna fish
commercials of the 60's and 70's. The taglines being, "What's the
best tuna? Chicken of the Sea" and "Sorry Charlie."
Call It Hope
Call Me Spes is one of the most remarkable books of poetry I've read
in quite a long while. Sara Cahill Marron has invented a new poetic
language to lead us through the modern-day technological Inferno.
Homage to Greg LeMond
Often I find myself writing a heap of posthumous praise on someone
I've admired. Now it's July and that means the Tour de France, so I
want to celebrate a hero of mine who is still with us.
How does a poet make
an audience remember her?
to translate one
of her poems
on the Collar of
a Dog which I
gave to his
of many powerful
even though time
has passed for this drawing guru
from South Isaan.
A Lot You've Wanted to Know
About Kandinsky and Theatre
things we can
see as in what
them, or in and
Kiril Bolotnikov and
Lissa Tyler Renaud
My Friend, the Minotaur/
is little reason
to apologize to
an entity that
does not exist,
but, even in the
false self needs
a cast of
Drawing From the
The Art of Philip Gerstein
The Art of David Wiley
The Art of SS. Burrus
When the Earth is ravaged
and the animals are dying,
a new tribe of people will appear
on the Earth
It's in the Eyes
An entertaining array of audio essays on an array
of theatre topics by an astute and entertaining essayist
You Don't Say!
Occasional Musings by an occasionally amused writer
In a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to
undress her, by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue
Weighty matters of brain neurons and addiction, two kisses,
single-malt scotch, the green dance of blue, yellow lasers
What happens when we love our devices
— and they love us back
The Greed Gene
A young couple is told by their genetic counselor that
their child has the greed gene, there is nothing they can do
Letters to the Editor
Everything Old Is New Again
What Is Obscenity and What's Not?
A Brief But Quirky History of the Arts
The Rising Fall of the Arts
What Is Art?
View of the Arts
The Art of Sex in the Arts
State of the Art of the Arts
The Steiny Road
Index of Karren Alenier's
columns and writings|●
Index of Arthur Danin Adler's
columns and writings|●
Index of the series by
Lissa Tyler Renaud|●
Good Reading Is
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