A quiz about Tony award winners.
Who does Tony hate?
Jennifer got a gleam in her eye – and she told me all about her favourite title ‘A Geishas Journey’. It was a book about young Japanese girl who sets out to master the ancient art of being geisha. I was fascinated about young Ruriko’s transformation from a school girl into the adult geisha, Komomo.
An excerpt from Cynthia Freeland’s ‘But is it Art?’.
Hischak looks at Tony award favorites.
A look at the Szyk Haggadah.
An excerpt from The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales.
Adrienne L. Kaeppler, author of The Pacfic Arts of Polynesia and Micronesia, tells us a little about traditional Polynesian tattooing
Ben’s Place of the Week is Oslo.
Philip Davis looks at chances lost…
In the post below Pat Aufderheide reports back from Sundance.
John Brehm shares a poem on the blog.
Davis remembers Brodsky.
Idris Goodwin poses an excellent questions, “What is they feeding our kids?”
I spent one of the best days of my life in Park Guell in Barcelona. It was the end of a long trip and my companion and I were tired. We came to the park from the back, riding a series of escalators up to the park’s highest point, before wandering slowly towards the largest bench I have ever seen.
Is the Internet good for literature? On first glance, it seems so. Between internet forums, blogs, messages and emails, nearly everyone is writing, and reading, certainly more than we did just a few years ago, when the ubiquity of television and the telephone seemed to be making literacy obsolete.