With the encouragement of several people--and great advice from Red Room's invaluable Huntington Sharp--I've started a blog on my web site. Fuji, my relentless editor-cat, has been generous about allowing me to post his picture. And I started with a slightly-revised version of a piece from a long-ago Red Room Post of the Week called Tolstoy and The Underpants Model. (Fuji has approved, although he isn't a fan of War and Peace.)
Nonetheless.....I'm curious about what people enjoy reading or looking at on blogs. And I'd like to be a little less serious now and then.
So far, I've unleashed a torret of ideas that are too expensive to post. For example: An installation of closets. Heidegger's closet, Taylor Swift's closet, Andy Warhol's closet, my mother's closet, the Sun King's closet. (People could go inside and see all his high-heeled shoes.) They'd be in a museum and I'd post pictures of these closets on the blog.
But writers don't just get installation funding when they suddenly have an idea and a doll's house closet wouldn't work.
So it's back to words and a few strange images.
I'm interested, though, in what you've enjoyed reading. It would be great to hear from you!
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