Thursday, December 1, 2011

Better Keep It All In One Place


I never linked to these other pieces I wrote for The Hairpin. Better late than later, I say.

"Preston Sturges, Can You Save Me Now?" tells you why it's important in these catastrophic times to watch the Sturges collection.

"A Letter to the 'Secret' Masturbator" is really actually exactly what it sounds like.

"Tips for Moving to Atlanta USA" was supposed to be funny but in hindsight--and given the concerned comment thread and the worried emails I continue to receive--it all just reads pretty pathetic. Doing just fine, world.

2 comments:

Matos said...

Dear martha,

im glad with what i found in your blog, kinda surprised with all your subject, specially when i found out you were writting about Tarkovsky,Laszlo Moholy Nagy and Carlos Reygadas.
I´m with few time, and so, i didn´t pay atention to all of your posts.
But i sincerely agree, when you say, that all your perception is changing, the blue is more blue, the red is more red and so on, almost as Jeunet, Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, or, Wenders with, Der Himmel über Berlin . I felt poetic your way of writting and thinking.

there´s a quote i want to left for you:

"We don't make a photograph just with a camera, we bring to the act of photography all the books we have read, the movies we have seen, the music we have heard, the people we have loved." Ansel Adams

Wish you all the best,
matos

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