WAM July 30-31 On The Weekend Arts Magazine
Faeries sighted in Cupids! Well, really … where else? Cupids? Faeries? An 18th century doctor resident in Trinity receives the historical novel treatment from Edmund Burry in Clinch. A 21st century conundrum - when it comes to a pregnancy, who “owns” what? Is there anything to “own?” - gets the Kenneth J. Harvey treatment in Reinventing the Rose. Guitarist Steve Cowan turns off his electric gitbox for an afternoon and warms up his classical axe. The Liner Notes treatment is extended to East of Empire.
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