Half Way Through the
Door to Tomorrow
The world is finally ready for
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
Living, The Whale, Women Talking
Three well-regarded films from the past year share the trope
of putting their protagonists in dire peril from the beginning.
Miles David Moore
Flowers for the time and
a time for flowers
The Photography of
I assume we all have these moments in our lives when,
I don't know, the machinery of meaning stops, just stops,
stone cold stops.
How could you possibly love someone else's life more than
your own? The open heart of your own life lying in someone
else's hands, helpless, beating, unafraid.
Arthur Danin Adler
So y'all probably don't know but this makes the 4th time I've been off
on a weeklong retreat in the same lovely setting, where I get all my
communal meals and a relatively comfortable bed.
The Bristol Sessions
This past July marked the 96th anniversary of the momentous
Bristol Sessions, often referred to by various musical historians as
"the big bang of country music."
When Your Sky Runs Into Mine is so rich and varied that one could fill
pages with excerpts and quotations and still not account for the power
and beauty of the poems.
The Sad Epilogue to Moneyball and the Oakland A's
The story only gets worse for the Oakland A's. In 2005, a group of
investors led by billionaire John Fisher acquired the team. Hey, a
billionaire owner, just what the bargain basement A's needed, right?.
Kneel Said the Night:
A Hybrid in Half Notes
Anecdote of The Jar
by Wallace Stevens
He is America's holiday poet. At first,
I was mostly seduced by the poem's sound.
Nuttaphong O Kunghae
ณัฐพงศ์ โอ กังแฮ
Immersed in a time of change,
preserving in a
style of work.
Jelena Does Texas: Anecdotes of an Art Historian
turned out to be
to the point and
Lissa Tyler Renaud
My Friend, the Minotaur/
"Find the past!"
Most records had
not worth the
DNA they were
Happy Birthday, and Anything Else
My name is Garrison, but everyone calls me Gary.
I'm just a teenager and nothing else.
The Art of Philip Gerstein
Poster, Shakespeare & Co., Paris
A Long Last Line to Canterbury
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|●
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