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The Story of Two Storytellers

The framing device for my next art project is a trip taken by two travelers, one a storyteller by nature, who is not normally a person of action, and one a person of action, who learns how to tell stories. … Continue reading

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Tiny Art from the Lowcountry

It’s a steamy summer here in the Charleston area, and my latest art-o-mat project fits it just about right: alligators, swamps, and the devil. (For more on art-o-mat, please read “Kerplunk!” June 1, 2014) The short story is about a … Continue reading

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Inspired (not for the last time) by O’Connor

On October 3, the English Department at the College of Charleston sponsored “Inspired by O’Connor,” an evening of art and music inspired by the fiction of Flannery O’Connor. Here are a few pictures at the historic Towell Library in Charleston. … Continue reading

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