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FTAC (No! Not Here) — A Note About Art and Writing

My take on fine art may be different as I’ve dicked around and through at least three, with each bringing some milestones or returns. The creative writing ambition returned $20 from The North American Review. đŸ™‚ In photography, I have … Continue reading

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Back to the Studio!

Two blogs or one for creative expression? I had hoped that Communicating Arts, my DBA. would have its own more business-like face and that this blog would be more intimate. But that would take discipline. Nonetheless, I may give the other … Continue reading

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Bad Snapshots

God only knows I didn’t set out to share with the world first-thing-in-the-morning snapshots from my kitchen window. God, however, has a wicked sense of humor. I wonder: have I spent too much time on Facebook? Playing guitar? Reading? Watching … Continue reading

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About Those Walks in the Park . . . .

I gathered together a collection of old short stories this morning — several of them are online here — for a first shot at Amazon e-publishing. Of course, nothing goes smoothly. Files archived from earlier than Word 2003 days were … Continue reading

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The Quiet Hour: Toward Change II – “The Hellidays”

The father, biological, of a friend of mine is in the hospital today, bereft of his habitual smokes, weak, and perhaps passing away. The friend is most private, and perhaps in this tender area, most people, most families, are, but … Continue reading

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Rounds of a Day

As most do, this day started with Facebook, politics, and the middle east and other conflict chatter, ever stimulating territory, rather like the family table if you’ve had a family spoiling to fight (er, um, “discuss things”, albeit with a … Continue reading

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