Commercial Control+V Culture has seeped into the literary world, the world we join to escape bullshit, inauthenticity, catfishing, algorithmic exploitation, and this is 1) frustrating, and; 2) fixable.
On the Possibilities for a Literature of Protest James McAdams | May 31 2020 On a day to day basis, even when things are normal, it's still difficult to not feel foolish when people ask what you do and you say, while trying not to sound pretentious. "I am a [...]
Coming Out Of Seclusion By Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse Robert and I have stayed more or less isolated during the last 2 ½ months. Sure, we have Zoomed and FaceTimed often, but have stayed to ourselves as most have done. Now the USA and our local communities are opening [...]
Recent Royal Animal Commissions. By Steven Kenny My Royal Animal Series continues to keep me busy in between the paintings I do strictly for myself. Most are commissions of beloved pets while others depict a wide variety of wild birds and animals. Here are some of the most recent examples [...]
by Erol Oz The melody. The hook. This is what makes or breaks your song. So how do we make sure we knock it out of the park? Some people have a natural affinity for writing tunes and melodies. Some of us don't. I tend to fall more into the [...]
MUSINGS Blog #3 May 26, 2000 BY PAULA KRAMER photo by Tom Kramer As the Pandemic lengthens and gives evidence of a much longer 'away' time, Sparks (title of our project and of our artists' group) will be changing its focus from in-studio work to virtual [...]