Go Ogle Sometimes we miss things that are just over our heads. Let’s learn to look up.Read more "Go Ogle"
THEN AS NOW The first paintings on walls in a cave by Cro-Magnons were really quite brave. In the Arts, life was tough. Early critics were rough, and, at openings, few would behave. It is interesting to realize that most cave art was actually done by women. The assumption that cavemen painted cave art was […]Read more "THEN AS NOW"
COGNITIVE DISCORDANCE A man dependent on technology to communicate his brilliance of mind has nonetheless warned that biology cannot keep pace and may get left behind. As intelligence turns artificial, warns Hawking, it’s an existential threat. Benign for now and quite beneficial, future advances are yet to be met. As computational skill amasses, and A.I. […]Read more "COGNITIVE DISCORDANCE"
SCULPTURES OF MARMOREAN CLAY (While presented here in prose format, this is a 196-line poem of fourteen Shakespearean sonnets.) When you’re a struggling sculptor and artist, you take your supplies where you can find them; especially when things get the hardest, the smallest find can seem a treasured gem. So Patrick was really happy the […]Read more "Sculptures of Marmorean Clay"
THE IMAGINARY ABSOLUTE Gustav Köln was a physicist for life. His work had been all that mattered to him, but he had recently taken a wife – a dedicated co-worker named Kim. She’d always been worshipfully supportive to scientific quests and inquiry, but she had turned quite clearly abortive on what was his big opportunity. […]Read more "THE IMAGINARY ABSOLUTE"
HONORARY ALIEN Zee almost screamed; it had happened again: Another man had told her the same thing — about his light ship and cosmic spacemen — and from this one she’d accepted a ring! And she would have married him, so she sighed. He was so handsome, intelligent, strong… “How could a nut […]Read more "HONORARY ALIEN"
🎼👇🏿 🗣🔊 Since Beastly Obsession received such enthusiastic response, I am treating you to another sonnet-set (196 line poem) on a theme familiar to Halloween, although the story setting is a week after the Fourth Of July. This story was originally published by 2AM Magazine in the Spring of 1989. Omissions Of Mention Michael was […]Read more "Omissions Of Mention"