Category Archives: Artist’s life

On Kelly Cherry’s Girl In A Library

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          I wrote this piece a few weeks ago, hoping to place it on a blog with a larger audience than my own. That didn’t happen, and in the meantime, Kelly Cherry has won lifetime Achievement … Continue reading

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Words and Music at Moulin à Nef, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts-France

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Sunday, in the living room of the MV, residence, at the hour of tea, I will be reading an excerpt from “Pilgrimage” in English while Daniel Azuelos translates into French. Following the reading, Robert Bourges, on piano, and Gerhard Schneider, … Continue reading

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Notes From The Writing Life

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At the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, walking to dinner, talking with my husband on the phone, I listen as he tells me of a visit with his sister and brother in law. A friend called inviting them all over … Continue reading

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