Monthly Archives: July 2015

Viennese Inspiration

I feel the music behind Mozart’s eyes in this portrait: long scale runs intensifying his gaze, trills creating a little arch to his brow. Mozart was born in Salzburg, but Vienna is where he flourished, where he composed the Sonata … Continue reading

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Hot Off the Press

I am very excited to have a piece published in Vine Leaves Literary Journal Issue #15. You can read it online at: http://www.vineleavesliteraryjournal.com/issue-15-jul-2015.html                    “Nothing Can Be Something,” my little story of death and its weird mysteries is on page 10. … Continue reading

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Finger Painting

I made a comment recently that writing feels a bit like finger painting to me, like pure and simple play. I even recognize the childish glint in my eye after finishing a piece, as if to say, “I know you … Continue reading

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Delphi

Years ago I visited Delphi, the navel of the world, the prehistoric site in mainland Greece where ancient people worshipped mother earth or Gaia and later Apollo, whose instructions they heard from the Oracle through the priestess Pythia. Apollo was … Continue reading

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