Rose Reads, Writing about Art and an UPDATE
The 12th episode of Rose Reads brings us writings on Art and an update on the show,
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On the 12th episode of Rose Reads, Rose Solari goes in-depth on writers writing about writing and art. She reads from her own novel which contains a good deal of beautiful prose about visual art, A Secret Woman, and the extraordinary short work of Richard Peabody as found in The Richard Peabody Reader.
SPOILER ALERT: Rose Reads is changing hands for the month of July! Elizabeth Hazen, Joanna Biggar, Linda Watanabe McFerrin, and Mark Pritchard will alternate hosting the show over the next four weeks. AND, Rose Reads will be migrating to the Alan Squire Publishing Facebook page HERE for the duration of the switch. The time slot will remain the same: Wednesday 4pm ET
Miles Liss, who recently graduated with an MFA in poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts, reflects on his time taking classes under maestro Reuben Jackson in this short essay.
Grace Cavalieri launches a new podcast in deeply uncertain times. The Bay Weekly covers her story in this short article.
Rose Solari’s style continues to evolve as she tackles more difficult poetic concepts. Hear her speak to poetry and song as “gifts,” detail Coleridge’s writing from a sick bed, remark on Frost’s famous “Directive”, and reminisce on Smokey Robinson in this new episode of Rose Reads.