Secrets that involve state actors or politically important individuals are frequently hidden in plain sight. Most people don't have the time, energy, or research skills to see them, which is what keeps the issue unexamined and quiet. But those of us who are indefatigably curious often can’t help ourselves. And, like a black cat in… Continue reading Hidden in Plain Sight: identifying and exposing secrets in times of national insecurity.
It's certainly starting to look that way. Read about it here: https://www.splicetoday.com/writing/david-brooks-has-become-a-sadomasochistic-performance-artist.
You can read it here: https://www.splicetoday.com/writing/all-tomorrow-s-lockdowns
I don't often reblog other writing here, but this one is worth the trouble. The author is Soraya Roberts. — M If the most financially and critically successful artists don’t feel successful, maybe there’s something wrong with how we think about success. Source: The Myth of Making It
A travel-blog post on my first impressions of Wales. Read it here: https://bkk-writing.blogspot.com/2019/08/impressions-of-wales.html
air and light and time and space "–you know, I’ve either had a family, a job, something has always been in the way but now I’ve sold my house, I’ve found this place, a large studio, you should see the space and the light. for the first time in my life I’m going to have a place and the time to… Continue reading air and light and time and space
The story of my inner critic begins when I was very young, perceiving the unrest between my mother and father. Money was always a critical issue. My father lived in the same house but was generally unavailable, emotionally and otherwise. At the same time, my mother held powerful feelings of resentment against him for not… Continue reading The Story of My Inner Critic