Monthly Archives: June 2020

Over the Rainbow — Pynchon and the Pandemic

“Toto, I have the feeling we’re not in Kansas any more…” — Dorothy, arriving in Oz It hadn’t rained for weeks. Still, rainbows beam in the sunshine. Rainbows painted and crayoned by kids, taped to windows, facing outwards to the … Continue reading

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Remembering Spalding Gray

Spalding Gray, who died in 2004, would have been 79 on June 5, 2020. Here is my personal remembrance of a sadly missed storyteller and artist. I was so excited waiting in line to enter. I was there early, eager … Continue reading

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