Sometimes getting inside someone’s head is less an illuminating adventure than it is a pathological prison… A review of André Acimon’s novel—Harvard Square.
An old illustrated Children’s Bible inspires more Mail Art — with a slight twist to the original biblical stories. Also featuring some brand new Artistamps from the République du Coeur…
More Mail Art heading out in August… some with tarot themes!
Whoa… a cross-genre suspense-thriller, murder-mystery, historical-fiction novel that involves monks and art and the tarot during the Renaissance? I’ll take it!
Chris Hoke finally told me the true meaning of Matthew 22:1-14.
This quote from Pope Françis’s inauguration address is posted here in honor of the release of his Encyclical on the Environment which—although drafts of the document seem to already have been leaked—is officially scheduled for publication on Thursday, June 18, 2015.
Previously, we discussed the gestural symbolism of humility found in the tarot. Let’s explore some other places where humility can be interpreted in the deck…
Another symbol my cousins and I found in several of the artworks in the show “Picturing Mary: Woman, Mother, Idea” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts was that of a puppy or dog. WHAAaaaa????