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Will someone rush in late, sidling down the row in the dark bumping knees and blocking the view? Or not. Perhaps something urgent came up, and they’re out there dealing with it while the show goes merrily on. Or maybe, the show is dreadful, and the actors play valiantly to an entirely empty house…
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Will everything change for the new year? New things can be exciting, or scary. Often they go from being one to the other. Is there a story in that journey?Read more →
A work-related trip to New York in May afforded an opportunity to catch runners’ rituals. This chap’s posture is particularly cartoon-like.Read more →
I am British, but I fell in love with the Yukon this summer!Read more →
The picture was snapped at the breakfast bar in the Caserma Cornoldi, an officers’ club of great antiquity in Venice (Petrarch lived there once) where I, through great good fortune, happened to be staying in September. Memorable breakfast! and the coffee was good too.
Grace Andreacchi is an American-born novelist, poet and playwright. Works include the novels Scarabocchio and Poetry and Fear, Music for Glass Orchestra (Serpent’s Tail), Give My Heart Ease (New American Writing Award) and the chapbook Berlin Elegies.Read more →