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A new series, dedicated to new perspectives on Kandinsky�s �life in art,� mostly beyond painting�with emphasis in the fields of theatre, poetry, music, dance and architecture, and on other topics that contribute to our seeing Kandinsky anew. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine | May 2019
In the field of modern art, Peter Selz seems to have known everyone and been everywhere interesting things were happening. His career has been so singular that it defies attempts to efficiently summarize it.. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine | April 2019
Cherishing Theatre in Uncertain Times. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine-March 2019
My father had a passion for the road that was a mark of the intellectually adventurous in those days, and he periodically devised some terribly long drive.. | Lissa Tyler Renaud | Scene4 Magazine-February 2019
What can�t be plagiarized is the writer�s special vision, his own unique feeling intelligence, his controlled and shaped perception of what happened, to whom, and why. | Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - September 2018
All the male and female �practicing pros� in the audience weren�t practicing on a level playing field at all. And while she was ostensibly speaking only about the challenges of her own, impressive writing career, she was also speaking for virtually all the women in the room, and to virtually all the men in the room.. | Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - August 2018
�Packaged Instructions: The Instant Story (Part 3).� I should confess that I never did have any ingredients for an instant short story�except the ones I�ve been talking about. | Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - July 2018
�Packaged Instructions: The Instant Story (Part 2).� We�ve come rather a long way from those instant ingredients I promised in my title, but something intervenes and that something is Life | Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - June 2018
�Packaged Instructions: The Instant Short Story.� It�s a winning title all right�but unfortunately it came out of my head�and it�s a proven truth that all my brains happen to be in my fingers, and only function when I�m hitched up to a typewriter. | Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - May 2018
She could feel her body tense and throbbing a little, and after awhile she got up and went to the door. She couldn�t see anyone in the hall and she walked over to the stairs and looked down. The halls were dimmed, but the stairs were all blacked out, and she couldn�t see anything.| Harriet Halliday Renaud | Scene4 Magazine - April 2018
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