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Michael LIpsey on epigrams in history, art and literature.


Michael Lipsey will speak on epigrams in history, art and literature. There will also be a display of epigrams in art.

Michael's Latest Blogs

Nov.27.2013 - 10:10 pm
  Yesterday having an almost two hour wait on a gurney because of another patient’s misfortunes in the operating room, with the IV flowing, monitors stuck all over me, the...
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Feb.04.2013 - 4:01 pm
  Around 1969 I was working as a set designer and Jim Morrison of the Doors came to see the show. He invited half a dozen of us to come to the San Francisco Film Festival...
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Dec.21.2012 - 2:37 pm
Now that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are winding down the blather of the pundits explaining how we got into this pointless mess is ramping up. The best answer, as in many...
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Dec.18.2012 - 11:29 pm
  In the fifties my dad finally finished medical school, his internship and residency, and began making money as a radiologist, after a major career setback called The Great...
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Comments from Michael

Feb.14.2013 - 2:42 pm
In response to: Brussels Spout: Children as Symbols
Of course my view is strictly local, from a leafy suburb in a very liberal county. And I know nothing of Belgium, other...
Feb.14.2013 - 12:35 am
In response to: Brussels Spout: Children as Symbols
The peeing boy is a pretty common garden statue. I've seen them here and there. Any local place that has garden...
Feb.04.2013 - 9:26 pm
In response to: Dating the Calendar: A Fictional Essay
Terrific story! You must have worked your butt off on this, with all the research and information you've included. The...
Dec.16.2012 - 1:33 am
In response to: Is English an island?
The OED was the bible of English, but is has become a dinosaur, other than to scholars or linguists. I have the...
Jul.07.2012 - 10:50 pm
In response to: Rajat Gupta to Rodney King and In-between
Such different types lumped together!  Sharpton is an awful man who rushes from one racial incident to another...

Published Reviews

Published by RebeccasReads
“If you enjoy seeing things from a different angle, then this is the book for you.” As soon as I reached this line on the back cover of “I Thought So: A Book of Epigrams”, I...