The candle’s flicker atop the wooden table waves good evening. Gazpacho and fresh bread accompany the flame, their scents floating around my nose circulated by the fresh mountain air around us. Brilliant red reflects in the windows on the back of the villa, the poppy fields a native mark of Provence. No place more perfect […]Read More Voices at the Table / Phillip Wenturine
A Twitter story by Philip Wenturine CASEY A.Read More Casey A.
Juxtaposition of Text and Image An exploration by Phillip Wentirine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SMMXu3Tu4Q&feature=youtu.be The main idea behind “Three Figures and a Dog” is to juxtapose text alongside a mix of images to make the viewer think one thing while experiencing another. The piece is a single sentence animation. It involves text with images, neither ever venturing out […]Read More Juxtaposition of Text and Image
[an analysis by Phillip Wentirine] Reinaldo Arenas’ “The Glass Tower” is a fictional story about Cuban author, Alfredo Fuentes, who tirelessly attends infinite, prestigious parties due to the community’s presumption of him being a renowned, wealthy writer and, in turn, is unable to alleviate his own story stirring inside his head. It is a story […]Read More The Transparency of the Glass
[an analysis by Phillip Wenturine] “The Pain Scale” is a creative non-fiction work about determining what type of pain one is in, using the typical, one-to-ten, doctoral pain scale. The author, Eula Biss, takes the reader on a journey of the numbers relaying the pain associated with each. Biss is very philosophical and makes the […]Read More “The Pain Scale,” from One to Five