Renaud Archives

Mika Oklop

Oklop was a beautiful writer and a tenacious one.


read Lissa Renaud's article

Mika Oklop

Thank you for continuing to publish the writings of Mika Oklop. He was/is such an exhilirating writer. He should never be forgotten.

Peter Amslik

Mika Oklop is a gem, polished and unpolished.

P. Noonan

Thanks. I really enjoy reading his stories. He's funny and sad.


read Lissa Tyler Renaud's article

Unusual Mix

David Wiley and Kandinsky-an unusual mix and yet an exceedingly interesting one. Wiley is still alive and they both live through their paintings. Beautiful, thanks.

Flo Pierman

read David Wiley's article

Ms Renaud, Ms Welty, Ms McCullers & Mr. Capote on a Summer Day

After reading the first few sentences of Ms Renaud's evocative story "Summer Day," I was transported to a white veranda where I was joined by the author, Eudora Welty, Carson McCullers and Truman Capote. The magical word choices, the descriptive passages, the names of the characters, and the setting all carry on in such a genuine way, the story-telling tradition of the guests on that veranda.

Thank you for this beautiful, poetic story, which through its simplicity, is truly epic!

Hans Gallas

read Harriet Halliday Renaud's story

Warren Travis

I know Warren from the days at PCPA when he was a designer and I a composer. So wonderful to read and see this scintillating discussion. There's mention of many things that are dear to my heart and soul: Joan Mitchell, Frank O'Hara, and other poets as well. I'm writing a song cycle on five of Frank O'Hara's poems.
It's just great to know that Warren is still doing what he loves.

Larry Delinger

Read Lissa Tyler Renaud's article: "Surrender and Salvation: John Warren Travis On Painting Poems"

Harriet Renaud

Very well written. The sense of foreboding, the change from cruelty to kindness, the surprising change in Ms Peskin, the house falling metaphor, all signs of accomplished craft.

Ormond Otvos

Harriet Halliday Renaud's Story: "Summer Day"

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