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May Day Additions & Another Riff on Sameness/Difference

May Day Additions & Another Riff on Sameness/Difference

Spinozablue has new poetry, fiction and photography on tap for May. Valentina Cano, Emily Ramser, Christina Murphy and Ben Nardolilli grace this site with their poetry; Penelope Mermall with her fiction, and Eleanor Bennett with photography. Emily and Eleanor have something in common. They are both in their teens. Their work, however, along with those already mentioned on this fine May Day, combines future promise and present achievement. *     *     *     *     * So, I’m reading The Three Pillars of…

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Eleanor Bennett: Battling Winds

Eleanor Bennett: Battling Winds

 Eleanor Bennett is a very young and gifted photographer, whose art captures a stunning range of landscapes, people and other animals, along with the purely conceptual. It is obvious that she intuitively understands composition, drama, angles, lines, shadows and color. It is also obvious that she has command over her subject matter and a voracious interest in the world surrounding her. The above is but a small sample of her work, which is best seen on her own website. Eleanor…

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