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DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE… for the love of story


story, CyberSpace, story-telling, fantasy, nonsense rhymes, Alice in Wonderland, Mad Hatter, novels about artists, Lewis Carroll, art, painting, Holbein, rabbit hole,

                                             MY CONVERSATION WITH THE MAD HATTER [to entice you into an Alexander Wainwright CyberSpace Time Travel Story] ME: Story! Was there ever a TIME BEFORE TIME when stories were never told? Perhaps because the […]

The Muse Writes a Love Letter


Novels, suspense, mystery, art, drawing, Alexander Wainwright, The Trilogy of Remembrance, The Drawing Lesson, visionary, Orient Express, Venice, London

Daphne Bersault is Alexander Wainwright’s muse and lover in the novel, The Drawing Lesson and Night Crossing, in The Trilogy of Remembrance. After meeting Alex by chance on the Orient Express to Venice and spending time with him in that city, she returned home to New York. For only one night, they had become lovers. Unable […]

The Myth of the Story Teller and The Scientist


  Who knows what lies beneath the surface of the psyche? Peer deeply into this image. Does it suggest the human psyche? It does to me. Already, I can see dream-like figures rising up. But it’s not. No one’s ever seen the psyche. In fact, this is a photograph the Cariana Nebula found somewhere deep […]