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Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | The Man Who Came to Dinner | At age 93, Christopher Blake claims to be the �last prot�g� of Gertrude Stein as a young GI in Paris.� He says in 1945, he was �with Gertrude Stein and Alice B most every day for the better of a year till [he] quarreled with her.� | Scene4 Magazine-June 2012
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | The Nastiest Smear of Paint | Smart art investment�these are the words with which the Steiny Road Poet left New York City and the Metropolitan Art Museum's special exhibition The Steins Collect | Scene4 Magazine-May 2012
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | That Silent Pause | Why do poets stand up in public to read or recite their work? Is it for applause? Did their publishers say it�s the only way to sell books? | Scene4 Magazine-April 2012
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Scene4 Magazine-July 2007: Steiney Road To Operadom-Let's Play A Play by Karren Alenier
GERTRUDE STEIN Invents A Jump Early On::Prior Installments of this Travelogue Pastiche by Karren Alenier in Scene4 Magazine April 2005
GERTRUDE STEIN Invents A Jump Early On with Karren Alenier: in Scene4 Magazine April 2005
Karren Alenier - inSight - Steiny Road To Operadom | What Was Learned in Teaching Stein | The Steiny Road Poet created and developed an opportunity to teach Gertrude Stein inside the landscape of an art exhibition that focused on this great Modernist.| Scene4 Magazine-March 2012
Karren Alenier | Scene4 - Special Issue | The Obscene Critic | Whether it is stones or semen, getting one�s rocks off at the expense of someone unknown to the perpetrator is obscene. Let�s talk about critics who offend accepted standards of decency or who incite feelings that are repulsive and disgusting. | Scene4 Magazine-January/February 2012
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