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The Mystery and Art of Beowulf

Beowulf is an Old English epic poem worth reading for everyone. The poem has a great historical context and it has astonishing fiction themes. Beowulf, the strongest man on Earth, kills the horrifying creature that is massacring everyone in the land of Danes. 1 059 more words

Critiques

Negotiating – really?

Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, has said, in response to a House of Commons statement by Theresa May, that both the EU and the UK may need to start planning for the negotiations to fail to reach an agreement – the ‘no deal’ outcome. 1 060 more words

Critiques

Randall Frank Contemporary Art Collection Visits RedLine Milwaukee

Randall & Frank participated in a series of critiques with the RedLine Milwaukee artists in residence on October 7th. It was a pleasure to meet such a diverse group of artists working in different media from paper to sound, and drawing to installation. 113 more words

Contemporary Art

The Stuff Stories are Made Of

Sometimes, I think reading too many stories can be detrimental to us.

Take the award-winning new drama, «This is Us»; what attracts people to the T.V. 1 139 more words

Life Ponderings

First Draft Rules--and When to Break Them

My rule about first drafts is that they only go in one direction–forward. Creating the first draft and revising/editing it in subsequent drafts are two very different tasks that each require a very different frame of mind. 460 more words

Writing

Starrleena's Weekly Soap Opera Critiques for October 9-13, 2017

Weekly Soap Opera Critiques for October 9-13, 2017

The Young and the Restless
Chaos erupted at Ashley’s award dinner for Innovator of the Year when it was revealed that Graham Bloodwurth was the son of Brent Davis and he was out for revenge against Dina for her affair with his father that ruined his life. 243 more words

Soap Opera