Randy Stark

Gallery Hopping

Over the weekend I traveled to art museums, art galleries, art expos, and art fairs. My itinerary: Copenhagen, Busan, Buenos Aires, Munich, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, London, and I just flew in from Paris.. My arms are tired. Anyway, here are links to the artists who caught my eye: Kwon

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Some shop talk

Needed some stamps so at the post office I bought a pane of Toni Morrison stamps. Came home and read an Alice Walker essay about Zora Neal Hurston, which took me to the Harlem Renaiisance (early 1920’s to mid-1930’s), one of the two eras in American culture I would like to time travel back to

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Unlock a Whole New World

At home. In the shower. On the go. A huge selection of Cultural enrichment This week in your area. Free air pressure check With hydro boost. Wrap your teeth around that! To take early advantage, Navigate to the settings. Activate it. Share. Keep the data flowing. Stamp out unrest. Block that bully. Unlock a whole

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Three Literary Nobodies

From The Odyssey by HomerThe Cyclops scene, as described in Wikipedia: After the giant returns in the evening and eats two more of the men, Odysseus offers Polyphemus some strong and undiluted wine given to him earlier on his journey. Drunk and unwary, the giant asks Odysseus his name, promising him a guest-gift if he

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An apology

With the release of my latest book Spicy9 I’ve been cavalier in proclaiming I’ve as many books as Ron Howard has directing credits. That statement is incorrect. An honest mistake, For a higher standard I cannot imagine. And I have but 22 books. Ron Howard has 27 directing credits. I need a get humping.

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A Bit of Shop Talk

Anne Lamott, from Bird by Bird “The first poem I wrote that got any attention was about John Glenn. The first stanza went, ‘Colonel John Glenn went up to heaven/in his spaceship, Friendship Seven.’ There were many, many verses…The teacher read the John Glenn poem to my second-grade class. It was a great moment; the

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EOM Clearance

SHOP TALK Writing is like baseball. Not every at bat is a home run. In fact, not every at bat is a hit. But just four hits in every ten at bats? You are in the Hall of Fame. SHIFTING TO OK Although I’m basically a solo act My mindset just completely shifts To like

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