In a flashy white-straw hat, leaning on his bright red metal cane, step-by-step silently making his way to a seat at the podium, Stern commanded the audience without a word.
IF ONE TAKES THE TIME to study Vincent van Gogh’s numerous self-portraits, it is apparent that there are several “Vincents” dwelling within the one Vincent.
George Drew, a prolific poet of 9 poetry collections and 2 chapbooks, delights the reader with a new book, a collection of essays about his favorite poets whom he calls the wizards with magical talent.
The deity astonishingly salutes Job when he speaks his truth to the deity’s power.
Two days in the extraordinary life of the Bolshoi’s prima ballerina
Dawn’s speakers are the collective voice of the common person: she captures the hard-working, angry, sad, loving, celebratory voices of the Maine woods and coast, the hills of Appalachia, the house-bound and the homesick…