I’m a singer-songwriter and fingerstyle guitar player and I’ve been on the road playing festivals, concert halls, church basements, living rooms, cafes, back porches, train cars, and anywhere else people want to gather. I also create landscape paintings of places that I see in my travels. Tell us about your background. Who you are? Where […]
Trying hard to remember lyrics to songs I like
It’s nice to think of sorrow as water
Plaintiff in the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.
Over the years I have read a lot of books. I mean, a lot of books. Now that I sit back and take a look at them, there are a lot of similarities between all of them. Some seem just like others with the exception of the characters names and location and there is nothing […]
I don’t, personally, disagree with advertising one’s book on Facebook, Twitter etc, and I have certainly done it as an author, as well as a publisher, but I draw a well-defined line.
The writer’s goal is to evoke emotion. To ensure the audience smiles laughs, cries, becomes angry or hurts for the characters that they’ve created
Something got my attention this week. Filmmaker Martin Scorsese was quoted in the media, causing international headlines. “Cinema is dead,” screamed one headline. I don’t know if was the so-called fake news, or the major press. It was all a blur. First thing is first. What did Martin Scorsese say? “Cinema is gone. The cinema […]
With the calendar turning yet again from December to January, it is an appropriate time to consider the derivation of our word for the new month. Why January? In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Janus was the god of beginnings and transitions. He was often portrayed as a two-faced deity since he looks backward to […]
Art Buyers’ personalities determine the most appropriate art seller’s introduction, pitch and close