Southern filmmaker photographer poet Xander Stewart creates art with friends in what up until now has been a fairly private way. Xander will be traveling to Los Angeles soon, not only as a filmmaker screening at Platinum Shorts but also for a group photography exhibit at Lethal Amounts, the prestigious DTLA art gallery.
Danny Goldberg’s new book “In Search of the Lost Chord,” an antidote to 2017, introduces us to inspiring political and artistic good examples, and bad ones whose mistakes we can learn from, like a guide to people, events and culture worthy of further research.
I spoke with the legendary playwright Jean-Claude to find out what he’s carting between the country and the city these days, why flowers always seem to be staring at him, and how he leverages spiritual technologies, so that even getting a new haircut can lead to sharp insights.
“The Ungoogleable Michaelangelo” is interviewed by Future Fossils Podcast host Michael Garfield about his latest boundary-pushing work as Scottish-Necromancer-Rapper “Void Denizen.”
An excerpt from Tony Vigorito’s third novel, “Love and Other Pranks”: “Right, but there are different levels of acting.” Lila sat up and straddled him. “Maybe we act like life in all its sound and fury is really happening, but that’s different than acting like something that you’re not.”