I’m grateful to Kaitlyn Miller, Geneva Diaz, and the editors at Houstonia Magazine for including Night Is This Anway in the most recent issue. It’s an honor to be written up in such a great publication, especially alongside Benjamin Moser, Addie Tsai, Leah Lax, Bryan Washington, and other amazing #LGBTQ authors. Thank you!
Gratitude to the American Leadership Forum for including Into The The in this article about books by Senior Fellows published during the pandemic.
On Sunday, October 24th, there will be a Houston reading on the theme of resilliency. Curated by Sarah Gajkowski-Hill, this 6 pm event will be for community and healing. I am honored to participate in this reading; it will take place at Artique (1024 Studewood). Please RSVP to Sarah because space is limited.
Saturday, August 10, 2019 River Oaks Bookstore 3270 Westheimer Rd Houston, TX 77098 4:00pm-6:00pm
This is the last week for Houstonians to go spelunking in the Yayoi Kusama exhibit at the MFAH. The show features two of her famous Infinity Rooms, Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity and Love Is Calling. If there’s any doubt about Kusama’s rock star status in the art world, take note of the myriad postings of her social media hashtag,… Continue reading Entering the Kusama Universe
The rabbits have landed in Houston. These gigantic bunnies are art by Amanda Parer, and they will be up for only one week at 1600 Smith Street, downtown.(Photos by Arie via flickr)
The current exhibit at Rice Gallery is “Garden Object,” an installation by Rosario Hurtado and Roberto Feo, who run a design studio called El Ultimo Grito. The garden they’ve created at Rice is rather otherworldly, as gardens go. Here’s a link to the “making of” video, definitely worth 2 minutes of your day. For more… Continue reading Take a Walk in the Garden at Rice Gallery
Marco Villegas The Soaring Cost of a Single Breath January 25 – February 22, 2014 Opening reception: Saturday January 25, 5-7 PM Front Gallery 1412 Bonnie Bonnie Brae Street Houston TX 77006 frontgallery.com
The art installation “Unwoven Light” by Soo Sunny Park is currently on display in the Rice Gallery at Rice University. The combination of chain link fencing and colorful plexiglass converts the space into a kaleidoscopic wonderland. The exhibit will continue until August 30, 2013.
Scattered Blossoms: Poems Inspired by Cy Twombly Please join us for A Poetry Reading at the Menil Collection Sunday, May 12th, 2 pm Cy Twombly Gallery The Menil Collection 1515 Sul Ross Houston, TX 77006 Featuring these poets: Joseph Campana Jane Creighton Robin Davidson Christa Forster Peter Hyland Jonathan Moody Laura Mullen Robin Reagler Fran… Continue reading Scattered Blossoms Reading on May 12th, 2013, 2 pm at Cy Twombly Gallery
Photos by Karen Warren © 2012 Houston Chronicle Look up! A new public art work by James Turrell will soon grace the landscape of the Rice University campus in Houston. Due to open officially in a few weeks, the new “Skyspace” will put on a light show each day at sunrise and sunset.
David A Brown created an Optical Chapel in an office space that was once an optician’s office in downtown Houston. The installation incorporated 11,000 photographs. The project was featured in FotoFest 2012.
A number of people have said nice things about my AWP (Association of Writers and Writing Programs) campaign statement, so I decided to make it public. If you are an individual member of AWP, you are eligible to vote in the election. The deadline is November 22nd. I am honored to be nominated to the… Continue reading My AWP Campaign Statement
Dan Havel and Dean Ruck, the creators of Inversion, have created a new piece of temporary public art by the Houston artistic team of Dan Havel and Dean Ruck. Located at Project Rowhouses, the structure is part art, part stage and part park. It’s also awesome art. There are concerts and activities planned there… Continue reading Havel and Ruck Redux
A new sculpture exhibit by Jaume Plensa has recently erupted along Buffalo Bayou in Houston. Mr. Plensa will be giving a lecture at the MFAH on February 16, 2011. For complete details, click here. [photo by the Rice Design Alliance]