articles

29
Jun

3 Tips for Writing Novels

1) Ask yourself: Why am I writing this novel? To quote Robertson Davies: “There is absolutely no point in sitting down to write a book …

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12
Jun

Tension & Obsession in Art

“One thing investigators of the psychology of creative people have demonstrated beyond doubt in the past thirty years is that creativity has something to do …

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27
Aug

Vincent Van Gogh’s Words & Art

This painting is believed, my many, to be Vincent Van Gogh’s last self-portrait. It was painted in September 1889, shortly before he left Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in …

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19
Oct

Triptych

God, Sex & Psychosis (GSP) presents many questions. Among them, this: How do we develop our sense of self – the perception of our internal …

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15
Oct

Gallery

We are voyeurs moving like spirits through a gallery of images. If we never saw our image in a mirror, a pool of water, or …

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28
Apr

Writers

How I came to love books and became a writer is somewhat of a mystery to me. When I was young, I do not recall …

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21
Mar

Identity Disorder

When criminal psychologist Mira Skyles is assigned by a court order to evaluate Egon Norwood, a person of interest in a serial murder investigation, she …

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09
Mar

Snake Oil

03
Apr

The Wonderland Syndrome

The genre of heretofore, my latest novel, is magic realism. A literary style defined as 1) a combination of reality and fantasy, 2) the transformation …

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01
Sep

En route to somewhere…

The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. Thereabouts. And through the predominately dark vacuum of space surrounding us, light travels 6 trillion miles …

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