Tag Archive for art

Keeping Abreast on Things

With the recent announcements that Playboy will stop publishing nude photographs of women, citing that with porn so ubiquitous, nudity has become passé, it’s time to revisit a discussion regarding nudity from the book Everyone Agrees. Keeping Abreast on Things On February 1, 2004, nearly 90 million Americans were shocked when they saw a female nipple (belonging to pop star… Read more →

“Little Boy” is a Big Film with Even Bigger Ideas

Before a private screening, co-producer Eduardo Verastegui said that one of the goals they wanted to accomplish in his new film, “Little Boy” was a living Norman Rockwell painting, depicting America in all of its idyllic warmth.  The heartwarming film achieved that and so much more. Set in 1940s California, “Little Boy” follows a—to put it in modern politically correct… Read more →

Someone Stole My Book Cover!

Being an independent author and publisher isn’t easy. You’re oftentimes trying to produce quality material on top of holding a day job and without the marketing budgets big publishers have to bring in the readers who make it all worthwhile. It’s even more difficult when you produce good stuff because, inevitably, other authors and publishers will steal that stuff and… Read more →