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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 […]

Showdown at the Tate Modern Gallery.


My friend, Charles and I are in the habit of strolling along the Victoria Embankment some evenings.  Tonight he said, “Damn it, Alex? Aren’t you walking rather quickly? I’m getting winded just trying to keep up with you!” I stopped and said, “So sorry! I’m a bit out of sorts tonight, thinking about another artist—perhaps […]

THE TWO TRILOGY TOUR


Welcome to the Tour and Thank You! At last, the day has arrived! August 25th, the celebration of the completion of two trilogies.   Highlighted on the tour is a live radio show interview  Characters Gone Mad, on Blog Talk Radio with host J.D. Holiday, at 1 PM EST. Don’t worry if you miss it. The episode will be […]

Venice Biennale


Venice, Biennale, art exhibitions, art criticism, art market, Trilogy of Remembrance, novels about artists, landscape painting, conceptual art, Stonehenge, Alexander Wainwright, Rinaldo, award winning novels, literature, Brueghel

  Alexander Wainwright. Venice holds a most cherished place in my heart. If  I, Alexander Wainwright, try to tell you why that is, I will sound like thousands of otherwise normal human beings stammering and stuttering to express the ineffable. And so, I will only say that many of the most significant happenings in my […]

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 […]