Monthly Archives: July 2009

rikki once tikki now taviless

. . Oh, Naomio, де ви? Ти зник в самій тонкої в важнічать I was hoping for an emotionally clear space before heading out later in the week. Instead, I am frazzled to frizzled nub. And very short, too. Much … Continue reading

Posted in Al-x, Alex Chamyan, carnival people, gigolo, half as good as rain and the people agree, my summer vacation, naomio, particularity, physics and slow jowls, pills, rikki tikki tavi, sliding out of the looking glass and onto the floor, twice as good as rain and the people agree, wave and pparticle ppparticle and wave | 4 Comments

I came, I bathed, I howled

There was a night when the lights went out – it was only for a second, but when they came back up everything had changed. I was dripping wet from the bath, rain was coming down in buckets outside and … Continue reading

Posted in freewriting, making up stories, stories, storytelling | 6 Comments

gerard manley hopkins

This is something I painted for Maria Fernanda Sosa, rolled up and carried to Venezuela to deliver to her. I probably owed her some money, I can’t remember now. Or maybe it was because her daughter, Fernanda Sosa, asked for … Continue reading

Posted in 'tis a gift to be simple, amuirin, awakening, christ, fernanda sosa, fifth business, gerard manley hopkins, God's Grandeur, jesuits, nanda, poetry, stop and wander, supernatural bridge, what's bred in the bone, with warm breast and with ah! bright wings. | 2 Comments

song for amuirin

Now Cleo faced the nighttime she thought the urge a little strange her pencil and papers in a stack before her hoping darkness her thoughts would arrange. . She stared out of the window thought of her lover sleeping alone … Continue reading

Posted in amuirin, children, cleo, gerard manley hopkins, image prompts, paint dept., painting, passion, poem, poetry, relationships, stop and wander, with warm breast and with ah! bright wings. | 4 Comments

in with the whirl, out with the swirl

don’t struggle against the irresistible: the answer to surviving a fall into a whirlpool. A small madness took me, and now I am back from Chicago. Four hours in a line stretching around a city block, a five minute interview … Continue reading

Posted in 2, 2000 artists in 4 hours, Bravo's Untitled Art Project, bravotv.com/casting, christopher stuart, Nanci Pirri, rodney swanstrom, theresa handy | 7 Comments

Blog Reorganization and Bravo cattle call update

Returning from work taking me so many months away from this blog I have started back by rearranging the furniture here (so to speak), an old, old way of getting control over my life. I used to do it so … Continue reading

Posted in blog history, Bravo's Untitled Art Project, Chicago, dreams, hatrack.com, images, notable collaborations, storybook collaborative, tapestry, Uncle Orson's Writing Class and Literary Boot Camp, words | 3 Comments

War Games; and Bravo’s UNTITLED ART PROJECT

We played paintball in the mountains here, with friends from work. I sprained my ankle and broke a rib and had quarter sized bruises all over my body. I limped for a week and still hold my side when I … Continue reading

Posted in art, art for film and tv, artfagcity, artnet magazine, Bravo Untitled Art Project, bravotv.com/casting, Broadus and Ada, collaborative storybook, family, film work, four sisters, hatrack.com, Ian Gold, jason bruno, Magical Elves, Mormon, naomi swinton, new work, Nick Gilhool, orson scott card, paint dept., paintball, Pretty Matches, reality tv, Sarah Jessica Parker, the writing life, Uncle Orson's Writing Class and Literary Boot Camp, united world college, works in progress | 32 Comments