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ALEXANDER’S CYBERSPACE CONTEST


Contest, novels, art

Announcing a contest! The prize is a short story written just for you!   I’m Alexander Wainwright of The Trilogy of Remembrance, landscape artist and cyberspace adventurer. I am joined by author Mary Martin and we invite you to join us as a creative collaborator!   The Contestant’s Challenge is to set my next cyberspace adventure, where we go […]

DR. JUNG and his DREAM


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ALEXANDER WAINWRIGHT    My trips to CyberSpace are like popping down the rabbit hole. Anything can happen from the darkly absurd to the heart rending and sublime. I’ve met all sorts of famous personages from any time and place. I’m convinced CyberSpace is a very real place. It has its own physical laws and the […]

LIFE IS TO LAUGH.


creativity, creative process. novels about artists, magic realism, Eugene Atget, French Chassons, Rouge Music Group, photography, videos, life, philosophy, Paris

Thoughts on Creativity Is your painting giving you a message? Does your sculpture begin to eye you with suspicion? Does your short story slyly reveal something you’ve never thought of before [at least not consciously] and is it perhaps embarrassing? In making this video, I think I’ve just learned something about the creative process. If you watch […]

The Poet and the Marvellous White Sheep.


literature, why do writers write what they write, what influences writers, Pablo Neruda, Nobel Prize for literature, art, novels, magic realism.

By now I hope you’ve come across The Trilogy of Remembrance page on Facebook.  It’s dedicated to literature, art and the examined life [in honour of Socrates who despised the unexamined life.] AND also to The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing which comprise The Trilogy of Remembrance.  On that Facebook page, we have […]

SPIRITUALITY and Creativity ~ ENCOUNTERS IN VENICE


muse, novels about artists, art, spirituality, creativity, Venice, San Marco, Beethoven, Helen Keller, blindness, deafness, café Florian, music, Beethoven’s ninth symphony, Canaletto, painting.

Surely we’ve met before! I am Alexander Wainwright, landscape painter in London. I must tell you about a very strange event occurring at a cafe in San Marco Piazza in Venice. In fact, my story may give you chills as it did me.  Some of you may read my story and think it nonsensical. Others […]