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Writing Away As Autumn Draws Near

Post #1621 • September 11, 2013, 10:07 PM

[Image: Elizabeth Boott Duveneck (1846–88), Autumn Leaves, oil on canvas, 63.5 x 53.3 cm, private collection, photo: William Vareika Fine Arts, Newport, RI]

Elizabeth Boott Duveneck (1846–88), Autumn Leaves, oil on canvas, 63.5 x 53.3 cm, private collection, photo: William Vareika Fine Arts, Newport, RI

I have lost track of how many thousands of words I've written over the last week. The above is a sneak preview of a review in progress. Another piece, my first real departure as a writer from the visual arts, will be published tomorrow morning at the WBUR ARTery and I will link it when it goes live right here.

Autumn doesn't feel like it's drawing near. It was in the 90s today. I cool myself with the thought that, rest assured, it is.

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