Zelda Fitzgerald: The Roaring ’20s Icon

by Sara Hodon Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was one of the most celebrated figures of the 1920s.  Along with her husband, […]

The Life and Times of Terry Southern: A Texan Gone Hollywood

by Byron Browne “Southern?” she asks, unsure about the word or even what part of speech it may be. “That’s […]

O’Henry and The Gift of the Magi

By Mary Pat Musick Do you remember the first time reading O’Henry’s The Gift of the Magi? Do you recall […]

Henry Miller and The Dance of Life

The art of living is based on rhythm – on give and take, ebb and flow, light and dark, life and death. By acceptance of all the aspects of life, good and bad, right and wrong, yours and mine, the static, defensive life, which is what most people are cursed with, is converted into a dance, ‘the dance of life.’ The real function of the dance is- metamorphosis.