Sonno — annamosca

Sunday’s poems are in Italian, Tuesday poems will be in English as usual. * siamo addormentati . quando consideriamo banale e di poco rilievo il cielo che muta forma sotto i nostri occhi sopra di noi che si spiega una storia d’infinito . di cui noi siamo sogno breve .

Sonno — annamosca

Sunday Reads: Marred Lago — Sky Dancing

The above cartoon from Ward Sutton, h/t Dak: My latest for @villagevoice – on the streets of NYC now: pic.twitter.com/gkGwT9P6Uq — Ward Sutton (@WardSutton) December 18, 2021 That last cartoon is a little confusing to me, because Gandalf was saying that to the bad dude… the cartoonist is usually left leaning. Maybe I’m just reading […]

Sunday Reads: Marred Lago — Sky Dancing

Advent 22: To you whose hope seems stolen… — this fragile tent

Christmas can be hard. I have friends who are clinging on by their fingernails, watching the approach of fake festivity with dread. It is no surprise that cultural assumptions around Christmas impose a kind of torture on those who feel out of sorts with them. Perhaps this is you. In part, it will be me, […]

Advent 22: To you whose hope seems stolen… — this fragile tent

Conservatives Have a Climate Caucus — Journey Home

On walkabout, Dec. 18, 2021. When I wrote my Federal Elected Officials about climate change on Oct. 18, Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks was first to respond a few days later (see below). I did not know there was a Conservative Climate Caucus. She is a member and lifted the third paragraph of her response to me […]

Conservatives Have a Climate Caucus — Journey Home

American Utopia by David Byrne (A Spike Lee Joint): Movie review — gibberish

My friend Lisl MacDonald has seen this show live and raved about not, so to my surprise it appeared on Sky Arts last night. I didn’t even know there was a film of it. It’s recorded by Spike Lee at a Broadway Theatre which makes it intense and kind of club like. It’s a gig, […]

American Utopia by David Byrne (A Spike Lee Joint): Movie review — gibberish