$44.4 million buys the most expensive woman artist in the world: Georgia O’Keeffe
Catalogued almost as though it were a botanical specimen, Jimson Weed⁄ White Flower No. 1 by Wisconsin born artist, Georgia O’Keeffe, sold for the staggering price of $44.4 million at Sotheby’s New York … Continue reading
Short Story – The Hunters – A Thanksgiving story
An appropriately seasonal offering in my unofficial celebration of National Short Story Week, today’s featured short story comes from Crysta at Fireflydance.net. In The Hunters – A Thanksgiving story Crysta assumes … Continue reading
Après un Rêve
The third featured short story in my own unofficial celebration of Britain’s National Short Story Week comes from CollTales in New York. – Well, ladies, would you care to join … Continue reading
Frozen in Time
Originally posted on Storyshucker:
There’s a lot of life in that old freezer. It’s a chest freezer actually, from the 1960s I think. Dirty white with spots of ancient rust…
National Short Story Week
National Short Story Week starts today, 17th November 2014, and runs until the end of the week, 23rd November. To mark the occasion I am inviting short story bloggers to publish a link … Continue reading
Shaun Walker is caught invading Ukraine by his own camera!
Some of you might remember an article I wrote on Guardian journalist, Shaun Walker last August: Shaun ‘wish I’d brought my camera’ Walker. Today The Guardian uses the same article by Walker … Continue reading
In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the … Continue reading
How old is your brain?
Like me, you’ve probably been thinking your brain is as old as your toes or your ears. Apparently, it’s not. Some brains are older, and some brains are younger than … Continue reading