Art inspires new ideas. The main reason I freelance is to feed my creative impulse. Two new articles accomplished just that: Inspired by a faculty exhibit at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, “Creators” is all about the magnificent cracks in each life. I highly recommend the exhibit, including the image I feature at the top of this post by Audrey Schmitz, and the entire … Continue reading “Creators” will you “All Fall Down”?
Check out all the artists in the new Art Focus Oklahoma including my featured painter, Bill Hensley. Continue reading For Art Focus: Electric Impulse
This Christmas, give great stories. I recommend several titles for the whole family in my ionOK book column and DISTORTION is on holiday sale for just 99 cents Kindle version only. Continue reading For ionOklahoma: Holiday Reading
My new book column is up and it’s all about handling change. The story is pp. 60-61: In the meantime, my new day job has taken much of my writing time but I have some great news to report: I’ve had much less swelling of the brain and have been able to stop taking my recovery meds unless I have a flare-up. The result has been … Continue reading My latest ion column: Ch-ch-changes!
It’s an article crossing art, tech and brain science with a dash of fun — and my first work for Salon. They gave it quite a title,”Why we’re addicted to mysteries: How the search for the unknown has brought out the best in people.” I call it “Between Reality and … well, Maybe.” Continue reading For Salon: Why we’re addicted to mysteries