Archive for March, 2012

Picturing It, Part One

March 30th, 2012

Allan Tetrault is a virtual friend, someone I know electronically, both from exchanging emails and from looking at his marvelous paintings.  He had the idea of taking us through the making of one picture, and I think you’ll be as fascinated by his process as I am.  The blogging software balked at a piece with ten images, so this installment continues in Part Two, as, I suppose, the words “Part Two” might suggest. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 4:04 PM

Picturing It, Part Two

March 30th, 2012

And here’s the rest of the process. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 4:02 PM

PROBING THE MYSTERY OF WRITING MYSTERIES

March 27th, 2012

Jean Henry Mead is a national award-winning photojournalist published both domestically and abroad.   Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 7:49 AM

Jaden Terrell Races the Devil

March 17th, 2012

Jaden Terrell is a Nashville writer whose work I really love.  Her first mystery, Racing the Devil, came out in January of this year, and another, A Cup Full of Midnight, is on my wait-for-but-not-very-patiently list.   She’s got a lot of great things to say about writing and about books in general. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 10:13 PM

La Guerre Revient Avec Robb

March 13th, 2012

Here’s Robb’s second post on Vietnam, which I think will provoke as much discussion as the first one did. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 9:33 PM

March Newsletter: Sets

March 9th, 2012

I’ve sent this to my 6,000-strong newsletter mailing list, but some people got it minus images, so here it is again.

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 1:43 PM

The U.S. Won the Vietnam War

March 4th, 2012

Don’t yell at me – this is Robb’s latest perspective, and it’s a lulu.  He’ll be disappointed if nobody jumps in, so have at it. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 12:36 PM

 

 
 

 

 
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