Posts Tagged: inspiration

wave

everything is everything

I’m looking for a job, any job, and I’m not alone. I thought I’d have had it all figured out by now, but I don’t. Everywhere I go, I run into friends who are looking for work–smart, capable, thoughtful people

wave

everything is everything

I’m looking for a job, any job, and I’m not alone. I thought I’d have had it all figured out by now, but I don’t. Everywhere I go, I run into friends who are looking for work–smart, capable, thoughtful people

paper house

room

My family and I live in a small house in a smallish city. Our home was built in 1903 with two stories, wood shingles, and a garage too small for our car. When friends visit from Tokyo or Manhattan, they

paper house

room

My family and I live in a small house in a smallish city. Our home was built in 1903 with two stories, wood shingles, and a garage too small for our car. When friends visit from Tokyo or Manhattan, they

galatea

evolutions (chapter 15, pt. 2)

       (painting by Salvador Dali)    He is overtaken by a wave of annoyance.  She hasn’t been back to her apartment for at least a  month.   Her neglected mail, which he has been collecting for her even though

galatea

evolutions (chapter 15, pt. 2)

       (painting by Salvador Dali)    He is overtaken by a wave of annoyance.  She hasn’t been back to her apartment for at least a  month.   Her neglected mail, which he has been collecting for her even though

ruined library chernobyl

This Is the Moment I Became Something Else: An Aesthetic Contrivance (a review of Artifice Literary Magazine)

by Anna Fonté Preface:  I volunteered to review Artifice, volume 3, one of those ϋbercool literary magazines for really smart, arty types.  I thought, what the hell, I don’t get out much and here’s a chance to try something new.

ruined library chernobyl

This Is the Moment I Became Something Else: An Aesthetic Contrivance (a review of Artifice Literary Magazine)

by Anna Fonté Preface:  I volunteered to review Artifice, volume 3, one of those ϋbercool literary magazines for really smart, arty types.  I thought, what the hell, I don’t get out much and here’s a chance to try something new.