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Curated glassware has a long and interesting history. Perhaps its most important incarnation was in France during the period between the wars, and its most famous practitioner was the irrepressible Gertrude Stein. 285 more words

Murray Moss

SUMMER SPECIAL: Reading Gertrude Stein (6th Aug 14)

We’re having a summer special on Wednesday 6th August 2014, 7pm in preparation for a performance at Matt’s Gallery by artist Lizzie Hughes. Come along!

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100 years ago this month, July 1914…

In England…

…Americans Gertrude Stein, 40, and her partner Alice B. Toklas, 37, are visiting London. They are hopeful that British publisher John Lane, 60, of Bodley Head will make good on his promise to publish… 574 more words

The Americans In Paris

e. e. cummings: a bit of info

E. E. Cummings was an incredibly experimental American poet, born 1894 and died 1962. Cummings almost altered the meanings of words in the English language, creating his own codes that each reader would understand in their own way, and deviating from traditional forms, sometimes scattering letters across the page. 794 more words

Writing, Art and the Fifth Column

Beyond knowing that people can study writing at university and take a Fine Arts degree (and not a technical certificate, such as might be awarded to a graduate in craft design), writers can be encouraged in their Art by the example of artists in other disciplines, who outlived the machinations of… 1,428 more words

20 Days To Go!

20 days to go! Woot! I’m so excited I’ve been jumping up and down on the bed all day – just like when I was five – instead of deciding what’s going in my suitcase… This afternoon I got a message from a wonderful author, Gertrude Stein, who I have always admired and respected, and who knows a thing or two about life… Cool! 33 more words