ART, POETRY, PHILOSOPHY--
what more can one want? But there's more in the just-released issue of OurOwnVoice which is fresh and full of lovely lovelies. Among them, my essay on Jean Vengua's haptic drawings:
Post Visual: Jean Vengua's Haptic Drawings
which was really fun to do. We both give props to Stephen Vincent for the original inspiration of haptic drawings. I love Geej Langlois' conflation design (which you click on in OOV to get to the article):
I'm also blessed to have a review of "the avant garde" THE AWAKENING by Aileen Ibardaloza
an engagement of an older (but still favorite) book, MENAGE A TROIS IN THE 21ST CENTURY, along with Joi Barrios' fabulous poetry, by a writer new but now beloved to Moi: "The Self Revolution of Radical Love--Externalizing Internal Worlds of Freedon in Filipina Poetry" by Michaela Spangenburg. Nifty title.
[Did you pay attention to this post? Are you interested in a menage a trois courtesy of a book? Click HERE for more info--if the book seems interesting and you email me in the next 24 hours (GalateaTen@aol.com) with your snailmail addy, you get a comp copy! It's an older book, but I always thought it one of my best and I don't mind it getting more play ... Moi loves to play!]