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The Art of Reading

For years Lawrence Schwartzwald worked in restaurants primarily to free up his time to be able to read and attend literary events and poetry readings in the evenings. Reading [...]

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  • Joshua Barkman spends all day inside the natural world. In hyporeality, which occurs in his head, he is in a dense forest lying face-down in a heap of moss. Most of his adult [...]
  • The characters created by Marion Fayolle just need to interact with each other, not quite in so many words. When she writes some of her stories, Marion doesn’t really [...]
  • Much of the art Dorian Vallejo creates, engages a fascination he has with several ideas that over lap both philosophically and aesthetically. He’s interested in the [...]
  • No one will ever peek in or bother you, in this place. There will always be a corner where you can take refuge with your book, all alone. This is the final frontier of [...]
  • Often classified as part of the new romantic movement, the visions by Courtney Brooke focus on the local in an ever-globalizing world, just as part of the collective memory. [...]
  • Populated with masks and skeletons, James Ensor’s macabre atmospheres are morbid commentaries on the human condition, his hometown of Ostend on the North Sea, Belgian [...]
  • Although she was probably the most accomplished woman painter after the Impressionists, Marianne Stokes is basically omitted from most accounts of women artists. She mastered [...]
  • O’Hara uses dark slides, film rolls, canisters and memory-cards that hold very few images, mainly thirty-six. Hence the name of her out-of-hours assembling’s. [...]
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