Save a Great Artist!
THE GREAT ARTIST, ALEXANDER WAINWRIGHT, BRITAIN’S FINEST LANDSCAPE PAINTER, IS THE STAR OF THE TRILOGY OF REMEMBRANCE. “NIGHT CROSSING” IS COMING SOON! AFTER “THE DRAWING LESSON” AND “THE FATE OF PRYDE”. YOU CAN HELP ALEXANDER AS HE DESPERATELY SEEKS HIS MUSE. LOOK AT THE THIRD PHOTOGRAPH BELOW AND GUESS ITS SUBJECT MATTER. THEN PAY HIM […]
Two Fictional Characters Meet at the Carousel in Central Park
Almost two years ago, I approached author Maggie Ball with an idea I’d been longing to try out. I had just finished reading her novel Sleep Before Evening featuring her protagonist Marianne Cotton. She’s a young woman who wants to study music, but has to overcome a lot of problems to do so. The novel begins […]
Art Imitates Fiction
Just the other day, an artist, Wlodzimierz Umaniec, pleaded guilty in London Courts, UK to a charge of criminal damage in defacing a very famous painting, Black on Maroon by the artist, Mark Rothko. It will cost around $320,000 and twenty months of work to restore Rothko’s painting, which was hanging in the Tate Modern […]
The Toronto International Film Festival From an Indie Perspective
I’m an indie novelist used to looking at the traditional film and publishing world from the outside in. Some love the allure of Hollywood. Some of these same people follow their favorite movies from theatres to DVD and streaming video. Others want to see films that make viewers see, feel and think about a slice […]