Born between two generations!
By: Brian Berger
Riotous, often subversive satire.
One of the most soulful tenor men of his generation.
By: Mark Kingwell
He could write to amuse… or irritate.
By: Jacob Mikanowski
His informed predictions were mixed with wild speculation.
Entertainment, grand landscapes, and dialectical troubles.
By: Robert Wringham
Strutting, superior but somehow also self- deprecating.
Breaking through received perception and making the world new.
By: Franklin Bruno
“Do not sing to rain, poet, make it rain.”
By: Anthony Miller
Not for him the “purblind vision” of small minds.
By: Amanda French
Who is your Jane Austen?
His genius thrived in stages: chromatic, atonal, serial.
A Victorian — but no apologist for Victorian values.
By: Erik Davis
He foresaw the evils lurking in cybernetic command and control.
By: Jerrold Freitag
Mistakes, waste, the meandering of intricate systems!
By: William Nericcio
His murals transform, and transform you, as you stroll past them.