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International Magazine of Theatre, Film and Media
Scene4 Magazine-November 2007: Commentary- The Art of Smoking Cigarettes by Arthur Meiselman
Scene4 Magazine-December 2007: Commentary- The Age of Atlantis... redux by Arthur Meiselman
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Shadows | The days are made of light: bright and dark, black and white, blue and yellow. Days roll into days, a luxury that allows me to wander at will, along a cliff, often among the cracks and tiny caves of the hillside. At night, the wind snakes over the cliff and twists itself around the house in a reassuring embrace. | Scene4 Magazine-September 2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Through the Myth-Making Glass Lightly | In America, the art of cooking has nothing to do with survival�it�s a key therapy in mental healthcare, it�s entertainment. Americans do not eat to survive, they eat to consume, and they are... consumptive.. | Scene4 Magazine-August2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Shadows-2 | 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. How is that possible? | Scene4 Magazine-October 2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Visage | I live in an ugly country�not the latent, panoramic beauty of America's countryside� rather it's cities and towns. Unlike many places in Europe or Asia, American cities, for the most part, have no center, no town plaza or square. | Scene4 Magazine-November 2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | The Loss of Silence/Eat...and Be Happy | This, then, is the holiday season that closes the first decade of the 21st century. It is also the 100th anniversary of one of the most glorious years in Western history, 1910�a year of exciting promise, breathtaking art, panoramic smiles. 2010 is not like that. | Scene4 Magazine-December 2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | Minding Books | In a Thai village, a few years ago, I sat in a little, outdoor bar in the heat of the afternoon, drinking a cold beer. Sitting next to me, a villager, a farmer, taking a break.�Between my broken Thai and his fractured English, we managed a reasonable conversation. At one point, he reached into his shoulder pack to get a cigarette and a book fell out. It was a paperback, yellowed and dog-eared. | Scene4 Magazine-July 2010
Arthur Meiselman | Scene4 | The Quivering Muse of Cuisine | Journeying into a cuisine is an addiction, seldom a curse, mostly a delight. I�ve had as many addictions as you�ve had, probably more. My current addicition is Thai cuisine. | Scene4 Magazine-June 2010
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