Short Fiction: A Country Wedding

    To say Muckley’s first interracial marriage caused some controversy would be a gross understatement. The issue was not the couple’s different races (he was Tongan and brown like caramel; she was of Scottish descent and whiter than her wedding dress), so I needn’t have mentioned it. It’s just, I find it so interesting that... Continue Reading →

Painting: Imitation Roscoe Orman

I was devastated by the news of Roscoe Orman’s death. Orman, better known to most as Gordon from Sesame Street, had always been my favourite human on the beloved children’s television show. His acting had a gritty realism, uncompromising yet subtle, which complimented the Muppets perfectly. I determined to paint a portrait of Orman in... Continue Reading →

Book Review: To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s high school reading curriculum staple is told through the eyes of Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, a young girl growing up in 1930s Alabama, where money is scarce and racism is rife. The first half of the story follows the exploits of Scout, her brother Jem, and their friend Dill. We meet charming and... Continue Reading →

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