Loie Fuller Taught Me Some Moves

Posted by on May 22, 2016 in History | No Comments
Loie Fuller Taught Me Some Moves

  COULD ONE POSSIBLE BLOCK to our creativity be…our creativity? I came up against that question this week and now must admit that, for me, the answer is a definite yes. I have Loie Fuller, “the Butterfly Girl,” to thank for it. I had stumbled upon a quirky little black-and-white film clip from 1902 documenting a mesmerizing performance by Fuller, […]

I Have to Write

Posted by on May 1, 2016 in History | No Comments
I Have to Write

  YES, I HAVE TO WRITE. But what’s that sound like to you? That I’m merely compelled? To write something, anything? Perhaps I have been. Fitfully, as in this blog. Or of late, writing novels, obsessively, sometimes in the chair above. But for me that statement–I have to write–now carries a greater sense of urgency. Perhaps even emergency. I’ll try to […]