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MAY
07
Narrative Collective Inaugural Reading
Posted May 7th, 2015 @ 4:30 pm EST

I've met with a group of writers for greater part of this past year, every week. We're reading from the work that we've produced on May 16 at the Goat Farm Arts Center Warhorse Cafe. Want to come?...   »


AUG
29
art:DBF With BurnAway: In Conversation with Lilly Lampe
Posted August 29th, 2014 @ 5:32 pm EST

Tomorrow, at the Decatur Book Festival, I'll be in conversation with art critic Lilly Lampe at the BurnAway tent (booth 326/327). As part of art:DBF and BurnAway's annual print publication, we'll discuss art writing and art criticism as a part of the onli...   »


AUG
08
Gratitude Road
Posted August 8th, 2014 @ 2:15 pm EST

Under/Over/On has reached capacity for its debut in Atlanta at the High Museum on Saturday, 8/23. The community's response to us has been unexpected and wide-reaching, and we are as humbled by your hospitality as we are galvanized by it. Batdorf &...   »


JUL
30
The Soft Launch of Storybuilding & Under/Over/On
Posted July 30th, 2014 @ 3:55 pm EST

As many of you know, I've been at work on an online presence for my privately taught creative writing classes. I've named the overarching company Storybuilding, and I've created its parent website. It's in beta! I'd love for you to take a look at it: www....   »


JAN
30
Syzygy and Rauschenberg as Syntax
Posted January 30th, 2014 @ 8:19 pm EST

Yesterday a new client played a jazz song for me called Syzygy with a pianist named Kirkland who he admired. He was trying to communicate the kind of jagged, improvised sentences he likes to write. Short. Long. Short. Duhduh. Boom. It was awesome. The mom...   »


NOV
26
FREE ADVICE: An Open Letter to Newbies, Rookies, and Students
Posted November 26th, 2013 @ 8:35 pm EST

I'm teaching Art of the Story again in the spring through Emory Continuing Education. A curious student reached out to me in an email to ask for advice to get started in writing in the meantime. I get this question a lot, and I thought I would post my res...   »


APR
10
Rossetti Portrait of Jane Morris Discovered
Posted April 10th, 2012 @ 3:24 pm EST

Rossetti's previously unknown "Salutation of Beatrice" will go up for auction in May. The Telegraph reports:"The highest price for Rossetti is the 2.6 million paid by Australian collector, John Schaeffer, in 2000 for a pastel drawing of Jane Morris entitl...   »


MAR
30
SUBSCRIBE Now Added
Posted March 30th, 2012 @ 5:41 pm EST

Look left, over yonder. My excellent web designer has added a new feature to the site so that you can subscribe to my blog and soon-to-be-developed newsletter chock full of reading recommendations, SM news, and timely events of which I may or may not be a...   »


FEB
20
Could there be a Pre-Raphaelite Pop Culture Renaissance Afoot?
Posted February 20th, 2012 @ 6:26 pm EST

Dinah Roe, author of The Rossetti's in Wonderland, suggests the "proliferation of articles on the Pre-Raphaelites is an indication of the growing excitement around the 2012 Tate Britain Exhibition, but whatever the reason, its hard not to notice the sudde...   »


FEB
10
Desiderium
Posted February 10th, 2012 @ 5:42 pm EST

desiderium, n. An ardent desire or wish; a longing, properly for a thing once possessed and now missed; a sense of loss. (Etymology:  Latin = longing, sense of want, desire, < stem of dēsīderāre)In the most recent issue of The New Y...   »


NOV
21
Who Is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson?
Posted November 21st, 2011 @ 2:57 pm EST

He is Lewis Carroll of Alice In Wonderland. And he was one of Rossetti's cohort. And the Tate Liverpool has an exhibit on right now dedicated to "[exploring] the influence of Lewis Carroll's timeless novels on the visual arts, from its publication ov...   »


NOV
12
Wet Ink: James Frey's Fiction Factory
Posted November 12th, 2010 @ 1:27 pm EST

The controversial author is hiring young writers to join him in a new publishing company. The goal is to produce the next Twilight. The contracts are brutal.  Will be on stands on Monday morning.  Photo-illustration: Gluekit(Photo: Christop...   »


JUN
08
Canada Confidential
Posted June 8th, 2010 @ 9:03 am EST

Its official: Our neighbor to the north has never been more deserving of the worlds attention. T+L brings you the lowdown on four urban hot spots, from Montreal and Quebec City to Toronto and Vancouver....   »


NOV
26
A Work In Progress: A Burlesque Teaser
Posted November 26th, 2009 @ 6:36 pm EST

I'm sorry I've been slow on the blogging front. After months of interviews, and months of watching pasties fly in all directions, I'm now behind my desk making it come alive again on the page. I've been working on a longform profile of a burlesque dancer....   »


OCT
13
How To: Find Peace in New York City
Posted October 13th, 2009 @ 7:20 pm EST

After my stint in Vermont, living like a cloistered nun, several colleagues have asked me how I'm achieving serenity in New York. So I made a list. Not because I expect readers to heed my advice, but because Ian Frazier loves lists. Frazier spoke last wee...   »


OCT
03
Viva Burlesque
Posted October 3rd, 2009 @ 9:45 pm EST

I'm in the process of profiling one of these women for the next two months. Work has levity again. The interviewing process is lively, intellectual, and like burlesque, "funnysexy-sexyfunny."...   »


SEP
20
How To: Procure Free Art Work
Posted September 20th, 2009 @ 12:43 pm EST

In an effort to bring several of my worlds together, or rather make them collide, I invited my New York contingent over last night for mojitos. Theme? Bad fashion. Why? Because I didn't want to shop for a new dress, and more importantly, aside from the so...   »


MAY
28
Freelance-preneur
Posted May 28th, 2009 @ 1:52 am EST

Dad, this one's for you. The Eye Weekly piece by Kate Carraway probably resonates as much with him as with me. The content echoes a conversation that we've been having for years. Avoiding hand-to-hand combat with the much-written about Quarterlife Crisis,...   »


MAY
16
Obsessed: Beets
Posted May 16th, 2009 @ 6:33 pm EST

At the Norwich Farmers Market, I bought a jar of pickled beets for $5. Astounding, yes. Overpriced, I think so. The best I've tasted, absolutely. In that giddy fit that overcomes me when I see food! from farmers! outdoors! with the sun is shining! my budg...   »


MAY
04
Venice Beach, High & Low
Posted May 4th, 2009 @ 12:27 pm EST

Down the PCH from Malibu, Venice Beach is trashy and glorious all in one breath. The former canal-and-archway high-turned-low-turned-high-again real estate goldmine was the playground for Charlie Chaplin, the Dead, and America's first surfers--the ones wh...   »


APR
23
Wet Ink: San Francisco Treat
Posted April 23rd, 2009 @ 5:03 pm EST

"Hot new restaurants, cool hotels, and great galleries. We've found lots of reasons to leave your heart in San Francisco this spring."Shoutouts ...The Good HotelBar BambinoSerpentineBourbon & Branch...   »


APR
10
Cardboard Sleds Mark The End Of Winter
Posted April 10th, 2009 @ 9:09 pm EST

Watched the Intergalactic Cardboard Sled Contest on Mount Sunapee. With duct tape, cardboard, and wax, about twenty teams that spent months working on their sleds. The day before, a clutch of Dartmouth med students created the Pope Mobile (if they had on...   »


NOV
01
Wet Ink: Return to Paradise
Posted November 1st, 2008 @ 6:11 pm EST

"Vancouverites began flocking to Hawaii in the 1960s and, with the strong Canadian dollar, they're back in a big way. The islands' high-end retail will appeal to any shopaholic, luxe residences have come way down in price, and their economic slowdown h...   »


 
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