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Kathi Wolfe - Life Among The Heffalumps | The Artist as Rhoda Morgenstern: �Victorious Losers� Rule | Yesterday, I woke up sweating -- not knowing whether to laugh or cry.� I�d had one of those dreams that feel so real you can�t believe it�s only a dream � though you fervently wish it wasn�t happening. | Scene4 Magazine - April 2013
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Kathi Wolfe - Life Among The Heffalumps | Seventy-Fifth Anniversary for a Town That Never Dies | Dear Mr. Thornton Wilder, Mea culpa!� Until this year, I thought you were a renowned, but conventional playwright and novelist. | Scene4 Magazine - March 2013
Kathi Wolfe - Life Among The Heffalumps | Death Stinks, Love Rocks, Art Rules |Dear Grim Reaper: It�s me.� One of the many who try to make art in your wake.� I just� want to grab you as you make you daily rounds to get a few things off my chest. | Scene4 Magazine - February 2013
Kathi Wolfe - Life Among The Heffalumps | Sitting here, sipping a beer. Sending you my best wishes on the centennial of your birth (February 21, 1907). Sure, I don't know you well enough to call you Wystan. I've only met you through your poems. Yet, like so many of your readers, I feel as if we're on a first-name basis...as if we're friends chatting about God, opining about Freud or gossiping at a dinner party. After all, through your work, you've been so intensely...intimately present ...
Kathi Wolfe - Life Among The Heffalumps | Joyce Brothers, the $64,000 Encounter And Me | Most of you in your youth, I�m sure, were Lake Woebegone children � strong, good-looking and above-average.� Not me.�I was no fledgling genius. | Scene4 Magazine - June 2013
Kathi Wolfe - Life Among The Heffalumps | Let�s Make a Deal: Making Art Behind the Curtain | Nothing is more tricky, chancy in life, than making choices.� This is true for everyone, but especially, for creative artists � from playwrights to painters to poets to novelists to actors. | Scene4 Magazine - July 2013
Friendship in the City – Carrie Bradshaw and the girls: The Real Love Story September 2013 On a February day in 2004 while I was on a poetry residency at a Vermont artist community, I sat sleepily drinking my coffee at breakfast. About fifty of us, poets and visual artists from the U.S. and around the world, were making art. I was brought out of my caffeine haze, when artists, who I'd just met, from around the globe politely asked me, "was the sex good?" I couldn't figure out why they were a...
Bodies, Bathing Beauties, Feminism, Oh My! Would Walt Whitman�s � body electric� have sung for him as it did for me when I learned that an open lesbian was a contestant this year in the Miss South Carolina pageant? Kathi Wolfe Scene4 Magazine October 2013
Perspectives: Writings - Poetry | An Etiquette Guide for the Blind | Never unseemly awaken the sleeping city from its pastoral dreams of sirens, | Kathi Wolfe | Scene4 Magazine -August 2013
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