I am building a series that will later be collected in an e-book and small printed pamphlet. It might also, eventually be presented as an online course.
An Heir to the Black Mountain Poets Visits Observable Readings Feb. 4 Poet Thomas Meyer, executive director of a society that published legendary Black Mountain poets such as Charles Olson, Robert Duncan, and Robert Creeley; will read from his work at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Schlafly Bottleworks on 7260 Southwest Ave….
Read Janet’s article “How to Make and Produce an Audio Book” on Blogging Authors…complete with illustrative videos for each step.
Happy creative 2011. Here’s my first post of 2011 for Telling Her Stories, a blogging collaborative focused on memoir. My column is “Creative Catalyst” (thus the title below). 11 Creative Catalyst Nudges for 2011
Judy Tart told me that a friend introduced her to fabric altered books–using a child’s board book as a base. They are extravagant collages of almost anything: fabric, paper, photos, trinkets and findings. She is working on one now. Here’s an example of a fabric altered book. I made these in art school. It’s fun….
(Photo from http://www.writespirit.net/inspirational_talks/political/martin_luther_king_talks/martin) Yesterday I attended a magnificent brunch celebration for Martin Luther King Jr. and the upcoming historic inauguration of Barack Obama. Freida Wheaton’s home art gallery named “Studio 53” was a fitting backdrop for this salon–a gathering of the most prominent African Americans in St. Louis and its expanded metro area…reaching as far…
Alethea Eason commenting on the post “Building a Creative Practice is not for whimps” said: I believe that having regular session to do creative work is essential, but it may not be practical to have this occur every day, especially with a full time job, family, etc. I used to feel I was “failing” because…