Category Archives: Essays

Hebble Homes

Hebble Homes was built as emergency housing for the overflow personnel working at Wright Patterson Air Force Base during WWII. This compound was located in Fairborn, an amalgam of the little towns of Fairfield and Osborne, Ohio. The homes of … Continue reading

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Judo, Zane, Mr. Weewart, and I

Judo, Zane, Mr. Weewart, and I I’ve fished with my brother many times through the years. In the early days, when we were both kids, we crouched together over a can of worms. We dangled lines side by side from … Continue reading

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Introducing Mary Randlett, Photographer

  Everything is Illuminated* By LLyn De Danaan December 15, 2013 On the Occasion of Mary Randlett’s show at Salon Refu Curated by gallery owner, Susan Christian There are many articles and interviews available on internet and elsewhere that detail … Continue reading

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Marilyn Frasca and the Power of her Visual Bestiary: A Personal Perspective

Marilyn Frasca and the Power of her Visual Bestiary A Personal Perspective   On the Occasion of her show* of October 2013 in Olympia, Washington, Childhood’s End Gallery By LLyn De Danaan © 2013  *to see Marilyn’s work online/go to http://www.marilynfrasca.com … Continue reading

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Soliloquy: The Curious Obsessions of an Aged Cat

This book will be printed and published as a fine letterpress book…in the tradition of Conversations with the Inner Dog. But you have here a preview.   Soliloquy: The curious obsessions of an aged cat By Frank with the assistance … Continue reading

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