I used to avoid reading works of drama because I didn't think they were "my thing." As a long-time reader of fiction, the format of traditional drama was a bit intimidating and not aesthetically pleasing to me.
Many authors, particularly fantasy authors, add depth to their fictional universe by creating in-world songs and poetry. Some of it is honestly mind-blowing.
Everyone knows Lou Reed as the lead singer/songwriter of The Velvet Underground but, for a brief stint of time in the 1970s, Reed had quit music for good and vowed to never return.
Olivia Gatwood was born February 23, 1992 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. And, in her short twenty-six years on this planet, this woman has taken no small-steps toward proving her brilliance, strength, resilience, and power.
Poetry is one of the oldest forms of writing in existence.
Everyone halt everything you’re doing right now! Check your pockets. You’ll probably find some lint, some change, and that crumpled up fortune from your Chinese food lunch the other day. While that’s all well and good, today’s an even better day to check your pockets for something special.
The atmosphere was electric last night in New York's Beacon Theater, for the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Steven Sebring's documentary Horses: Patti Smith and the Band which was filmed at the Patti Smith Band's final performance on their Horses fortieth anniversary tour in LA.