Light and dark, good and evil, the use of delicate, impermanent material to create scenes that evoke immortality.
I opened up her portfolio today to learn and write about her, but it feels unfair to try because it’s hard to speak about her work without also explaining the history of a nation.
Near-future, speculative fiction set in the wake of environmental holocaust.
At the end of the day, art is really about starting a conversation with yourself, in a world where people grow up to spend all of their energy on outward emotions.
A few months ago they let me in on writing a TV pilot, which was an interesting surprise challenge, but kind of like getting on a bike again after decades. Growing […]
We can’t pretend to know what the world has in store for us when we reach out and smile at it, not knowing what we’re reaching towards. I have heard […]
I’m guilty, as most of us are, of sometimes behaving like I’m the most important person there is. The positive side to that is it can manifest as the desire […]
On the surface, Lisa Wolfin is an international artist, but based on my dabbling in the higher mysteries I expect she may also be something of a werewolf. Wait, though; […]
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The sensation of flying. When I’m really involved in the story and am outside of my ego enough that…
The midwife had no love for nights like these, when the sky opened and rain tore into the dusty dry land of her little town. Rain was rare in Lowell, and thunderstorms rarer still, and the midwife knew that tonight was a bad night to bring a baby into the world…