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May 10th

Yesterday, a service was held at Rugby School in memory of the lives of two of their old boys, Ronnie Poulton and Rupert Brooke (who died on April 23rd on his way to Gallipoli). 287 more words

Emerald Fairy Book, Part Four

Margery Williams Bianco (1881-1944) was an English-American author of popular children’s books. Her family moved to the United States in 1890. She returned to England in 1901 where her first stories and a novel were published. 83 more words

Reading

Performance diary: THE BLUE DRAGON and MR. BURNS

9.20.13 – The Blue Dragon at the BAM Next Wave Festival is a spinoff from The Dragons’ Trilogy, the two-part six-hour epic that I saw at the Los Angeles Festival in 1990, my first exposure to the work of Quebecois director Robert Lepage. 692 more words

Performance Diary

Chasing the Dragon

The Blue Dragon is a melodrama devoid of drama.  Which is odd, since a plot description would suggest otherwise: Claire (Marie Michaud), a French Canadian whose alcoholism has prevented her from adopting in her native country, flies to China in order to buy a baby.  378 more words

Reviews

Graphic Novels and the Art of Chinese Calligraphy ...

“In the study of the art of Chinese calligraphy, the first thing you learn to trace is a single. distinct line. Despite its deceptive simplicity this line is saturated with meaning because not only is it the Chinese symbol for one, it is also the line that divides heaven from earth , what is above from what is below, the visible from the invisible … and if a picture is worth a thousand words, it can be said that – in China – a word is worth a thousand images. 68 more words

Rix Mix

The Blue Dragon

Odeleite River in Portugal – Called The Blue Dragon because of its unusual and unique bend.

–Rue 6 more words

Art

So much more stuff!

First, it’s the start of November, so its NaNoWriMo! This year I’ve signed up with The Group with a (Probably not gonna be sucsessful) Goal of 25,000 words. 89 more words

Writing