[REVIEW] Tollbooth, by Bud Smith
Piscataway House Publications 312 pages, $12.00 Review by David S. Atkinson The summary on the back of Tollbooth by Bud Smith (author of Or Something Like That and Lightning Box and host of the interview program The Unknown Show) might lead one to expect a very familiar story.
Work: Surviving the Arts
Exploring issues of sustainability in the arts. ~by Scott Pinkmountain On Ambiguity Below is a written conversation between the composer/songwriter Michael Zapruder and myself. (MZ in italics) A week or so ago we were talking about ambiguity in songwriting (or the lack thereof in the case of a particular song of mine).
Lyric prose meditations that play with elements from evangelical Christianity, Buddhism, yoga, reiki, Tarot and “weird voodoo shit.” ~by Cindy Clem *** Anger Chronicles: Part 3 Opening exercise: Say “rowboat rowboat rowboat rowboat rowboat” quickly and out loud. If you’re not messing it up, you’re trying too hard.