re: Scene4 Writers & Artists Archives

Kathi Wolfe

As usual, Kathi draws from her own experiences to illuminate the world we live in. It is not always ideal, but, through Kathi's eyes, it is clear, warm, filled with good humor and seen for what it is. A great gift given us.

Grace Cavalieri

read Kathi Wolfe's column

The Muse

What a marvelous woman she was, Marie Laurencin. She began 100 years ago what is in full flower today. Karren LaLonde Alenier's exploratory of her is excellent and lovingly written.

Phyllis Mazik

read Karren Lalonde Alenier's column - The Steiny Road to Operadom


The beauty of Martin Burke's libretto is that it reads like music. The words flow into the ears as well as the eyes. Beautiful. Is it an opera or ballet yet? It is a composer's dream.

Arian delGado

read Martin Burke's writing

Critical Junction

This is a fine story. The writing seems deceptively effortless and laden as it is with equally deceptive wry humour. Mr. Bhatnagar is obviously an up and coming maker of literature and his biographical note, "Professional Seafarer", is intriguing. Please tell us more. I also hope you will publish more of his work.

Anee S. Waterson

read Sandeep Girish Bhatnagar's story

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