This evening we explore the fascination with nonhuman machines possibly creating art. Are machines living creatures? What is the definition of Art?
This episode will confront these questions through common sense, established logical, historical foundation and a little help from Emerson, Matisse, Picasso, Merton and Kosinski.
One of the most tragic things in a writer's life is the death of a loved one. This episode shines a light on how to move forward in a healthy and dignified manner.
In this episode i provide a basic primer and some tips for putting together your first poetry book.
table of contents
the value of getting a book review
The grave challenge of mental illness has darkened the arts over the centuries; yet other ailments such as asthma, TB, blindness, STD's and others have plagued artists throughout the centuries. We explore this and the backdrop of determination, faith and a lifelong habit of ritual and routine.
In this episode we explore the decline of passion and imagination in our society and lives and how this came to be and how maybe we can reverse it.
convenience of society
luxury of technology
decline of values in principles, philosophies and religious faith
civil conduct -- speed of marriage, access to sex, etc.