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ART and the Phantom Presence


The Trilogy of Remembrance, time travel, CyberSpace, Jake Barnes, characters in novels, The Sun Also Rises, Ernest Hemingway, art, painting, landscapes, award winning novels, Alexander Wainwright, First World War.

Was it only a phantom Alexander Wainwright met in that Paris Café?   A tortured spirit rising up from the battlefields of senseless war? Decide for yourself in this CyberSpace adventure. Have we met before in some other time or place? Perhaps in CyberSpace? I’m Alexander Wainwright—a landscape painter by profession. The other night, I […]

TIME TRAVEL and the ARTFUL BOXERS


My head was pounding. I ached from top to toe. My eyes seemed out of synch with my ears. Had I been in a traffic accident? I took a breath and felt one hundred knives jab below my ribs. When images of boxers began dancing before me, only then did I realize I was lying […]

SALVADOR DALI and the DIVING SUIT


  It is beyond me to explain. I can only describe. I might be standing before my easel or, as now, walking from the High Street Station in Kensington to a restaurant to meet Daphne. Suddenly, I am somewhere else. My senses might tell me I am floating as in a dream or it could […]

In Search of Dostoevsky


Dostoevsky, Raskolnikov, art, creativity

                Mist rose up from cobblestones slick with rain. An acrid smell of smoke hung heavily in the air. I strained to hear a distant sound. Listen! Did you hear that–the hammering of horses’ hooves on  stones? Perhaps…but was it only in a dream? I shook my head as if to dispel…I […]

How to Choose a Cover for A Novel, by Alexander Wainwright


  AS SOME OF YOU KNOW, I ALEXANDER WAINWRIGHT am a landscape painter, whose life has become deeply confusing of late. First and foremost, I am fictional character—the protagonist of The Trilogy of Remembrance and the creation of my author, Mary E. Martin. But because of certain events, I suspect there is an entire universe […]