Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on NOMADIC SPORES:
When Winter’s Bones (Debra Granik, 2010) meets Buñuel. When myth and folktales meet grim reality. Welcome to The Bathtub: a swampland cut off from the rest of southern Louisiana by a long wall of levees that a group of free-spirited people, rowdy and uneducated but in solidarity one to another,…

Book spine poetry vol. 3: “Lost in Snow”

Winter Storm Q hit mid-Missouri on Thursday. 24 hours later the landscape around my house resembled tundra more than an urbanscape. Snow is fun for kids and it offers very photogenic opportunities for photographers. It may enhance the ego of all those supermachos who feel good in shoveling driveway after driveway. For all others, what’s […]