NARRATIVE ART: A Interpretation Inspired By James Joyce
Blog Post by Monty Heying - Aug.09.2010 - 8:57 pm
is when the artist broods over
at the center of an essential event,
and shapes it until it comes alive and
flows into and through
leaving a unique, indelible distillation,
of self, event and reader.
Real happiness, genius and greatness are achieved only by discovering and remaining true to the inner, primeval and eternal voice of intuition. ...build therefore your own world, and as fast as you conform your life to the pure idea in your mind, that world will unfold its great proportions.”
—R.W. Emerson ("Nature")
Originally from Texas, I currently hail from the San Francisco Bay Area. My short stories and poems have won contests and been published in various literary magazines, including Forum and Synchronized Chaos. My current novel-in-progress is based on my years...
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To Kill A Mockingbird-Lee, Where I'm Calling From-Carver, The Glass Castle-Walls, East of Eden and Of Mice and Men-Steinbeck, The Joy Luck Club-Tan, Sophie's...