Posts Tagged 'literary'

Poems By Joanna Lee

where will you stand when it rises the sound of jackhammers ceased, cranes stand expectant. they tell me there is growth here, but the streets are broken open, slip sores to the ebbing flow of days. still, they pull fewer

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Poems By Joanna Lee

where will you stand when it rises the sound of jackhammers ceased, cranes stand expectant. they tell me there is growth here, but the streets are broken open, slip sores to the ebbing flow of days. still, they pull fewer

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VISIONARY WORKBOOK @ University of Virginia

BY KAT KEIRNAN   Last Friday the University of Virginia opened Visionary Workbook, showcasing artworks by the international artist collective The Printmakers Left. Eighteen months earlier, a blank workbook comprised of assignments from Norman O. Brown’s 1966 Love’s Body was

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VISIONARY WORKBOOK @ University of Virginia

BY KAT KEIRNAN   Last Friday the University of Virginia opened Visionary Workbook, showcasing artworks by the international artist collective The Printmakers Left. Eighteen months earlier, a blank workbook comprised of assignments from Norman O. Brown’s 1966 Love’s Body was

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POETRY AMONG US

BY ALEX KNIGHT On the frigid Friday night of February 28th, an airy coffee shop in Westover Hills (taZa) became “a real scene” for a sizable group of folks, some poets, some just spectators gathered to experience a few hours

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POETRY AMONG US

BY ALEX KNIGHT On the frigid Friday night of February 28th, an airy coffee shop in Westover Hills (taZa) became “a real scene” for a sizable group of folks, some poets, some just spectators gathered to experience a few hours

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QUAIL BELL Q&A

BY MEGAN ZALECKI After a few weeks of winter overcast, are you feeling in need of some spring-like jollity? Quail Bell Magazine may have your fix. Founded online in 2011 by Christine Stoddard, a writer and artist from Arlington, Virginia,

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QUAIL BELL Q&A

BY MEGAN ZALECKI After a few weeks of winter overcast, are you feeling in need of some spring-like jollity? Quail Bell Magazine may have your fix. Founded online in 2011 by Christine Stoddard, a writer and artist from Arlington, Virginia,

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SNAKE SÉANCE ON EAST BROAD

Worsham, Svenonius and the Renaissance in Richmond BY BURT RITCHIE On the 31st of January 2013 a fomenting sea change in Richmond culminated when Ian Svenonius performed a “rock star séance” in front of Susan Worsham’s photographs at Candela Books +

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SNAKE SÉANCE ON EAST BROAD

Worsham, Svenonius and the Renaissance in Richmond BY BURT RITCHIE On the 31st of January 2013 a fomenting sea change in Richmond culminated when Ian Svenonius performed a “rock star séance” in front of Susan Worsham’s photographs at Candela Books +

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WHAT REMAINS

BY AMY RITCHIE   Cindy Neuschwander died prematurely last fall. She spent the last ten years of her life making purposeful art. Paintings, drawings, some sculpture; these grew out of a background in photography, an insatiable passion for questions, the

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WHAT REMAINS

BY AMY RITCHIE   Cindy Neuschwander died prematurely last fall. She spent the last ten years of her life making purposeful art. Paintings, drawings, some sculpture; these grew out of a background in photography, an insatiable passion for questions, the

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GROUP STRENGTH

BY DAVID R. WHITE “Sow a thought and you reap an action; sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson   In

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GROUP STRENGTH

BY DAVID R. WHITE “Sow a thought and you reap an action; sow an act and you reap a habit; sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson   In

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TO BUILD A PALACE

BY MARK HARLEY Opening with a scene of a small, one-story home in Middletown, Delaware, Kendall Messick’s short film, The Projectionist, introduces us to Gordon Brinckle, the owner and operator of The Shalimar, “Delaware’s Last Palace Theatre”. Gordon Brinckle started

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TO BUILD A PALACE

BY MARK HARLEY Opening with a scene of a small, one-story home in Middletown, Delaware, Kendall Messick’s short film, The Projectionist, introduces us to Gordon Brinckle, the owner and operator of The Shalimar, “Delaware’s Last Palace Theatre”. Gordon Brinckle started

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Get Your Write On

Local writer extraordinaire, Valley Haggard, offers writing workshops for young and…older. Her next series of classes are listed below. If you’ve never written much more than a grocery list, you should still take one of these. It’ll be like skiing

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Get Your Write On

Local writer extraordinaire, Valley Haggard, offers writing workshops for young and…older. Her next series of classes are listed below. If you’ve never written much more than a grocery list, you should still take one of these. It’ll be like skiing

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A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

  Richmond Ballet‘s Studio Two is opening this Thursday, November 1st, for a two week run of three fantastic ballets: Jessica Lang’s Solo in Nine Parts, George Balanchine’s Duo Concertant (which includes live music on stage with the dancers), and Agnes

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A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

  Richmond Ballet‘s Studio Two is opening this Thursday, November 1st, for a two week run of three fantastic ballets: Jessica Lang’s Solo in Nine Parts, George Balanchine’s Duo Concertant (which includes live music on stage with the dancers), and Agnes

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PERFECT TOUCH

Sarah Ruhl is a contemporary playwright that is wholly unpredictable. Don’t look at her last play to see what the next one will bring. The only continuity to connect her works is precisely that unpredictability, coupled with a giddy sense

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PERFECT TOUCH

Sarah Ruhl is a contemporary playwright that is wholly unpredictable. Don’t look at her last play to see what the next one will bring. The only continuity to connect her works is precisely that unpredictability, coupled with a giddy sense

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InSight: Don Harrison

Don Harrison was the award-winning arts & culture editor at Style Weekly for the last many years, but no longer. Though he’s still Richmond’s arts & culture guru at heart, he’s gone on to new things, some family matters, and

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InSight: Don Harrison

Don Harrison was the award-winning arts & culture editor at Style Weekly for the last many years, but no longer. Though he’s still Richmond’s arts & culture guru at heart, he’s gone on to new things, some family matters, and

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It’s All Write

Valley Haggard, local freelance writer and cofounder of Richmond Young Writers, is offering adult writing workshops starting in August through the fall. —A Crash Course in Creative Nonfiction Tuesdays, August 7-28, 7-9 pm at the Black Swan Bookstore —Creative Nonfiction, Tuesdays, Sept. 11- Oct. 16,

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It’s All Write

Valley Haggard, local freelance writer and cofounder of Richmond Young Writers, is offering adult writing workshops starting in August through the fall. —A Crash Course in Creative Nonfiction Tuesdays, August 7-28, 7-9 pm at the Black Swan Bookstore —Creative Nonfiction, Tuesdays, Sept. 11- Oct. 16,

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Creative Writing Saves Lives

Right now Richmond Young Writers, an organization that provides creative writing education to youth in Richmond, is in the running to win $10, 000 from the i.e. Startup Competition. RYW has big plans for the winning funds. They will establish a

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Creative Writing Saves Lives

Right now Richmond Young Writers, an organization that provides creative writing education to youth in Richmond, is in the running to win $10, 000 from the i.e. Startup Competition. RYW has big plans for the winning funds. They will establish a

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Southern Superstars

Oxford American, aka “The Southern Magazine of Good Writing, Proudly published from the University of Central Arkansas,” has recently released The Visual South issue. This issue includes a trove of interesting things, not the least of which is the 100 Under 100

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Southern Superstars

Oxford American, aka “The Southern Magazine of Good Writing, Proudly published from the University of Central Arkansas,” has recently released The Visual South issue. This issue includes a trove of interesting things, not the least of which is the 100 Under 100

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