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A Prayer, for Hell [Chapter #4 Fifteen Billion] (01 Oct 2005)

As Ms Rice disembarked the boat, jumping into three feet of grimy water by the dock, suckling around her legs like acid eating metal were insects, then making her way through the thick green roots and foliage, the undergrowth of the slimy river, s...

A Prayer for Hell [Chatper #3: At Hells Gates] (08 Sep 2005)

The First Awakening

As Ms' Rice drifted out of her fog of death to death's reality, actuality: she noticed armed sentinels at frequent intervals along a muddy and shadowy dimly lit swamp-like area, with many incoming passage ways. It looked...

A Prayer, for Hell [Chapter 1 & 2 of 18] (10 Mar 2006)

Advance: before you get into this story, let me first present a little history of it. The name of this story was originally: "Agaliarept, the Henchman," back around 2/2004, then I added the subtitle to it around 4/2005, "And the Portrait of Ms Ric...

Visual Arts-As Old as Civilization (05 Dec 2005)

For as long as man has been alive, he has observed the aesthetics and beauty of life. It seems that it is innate in us to create and change and this has been demonstrated throughout the ages. Even the cave man recreated his vision and told a sto...

Bartending Secrets Revealed Special Report - Two Strategies to Instantly Increase Your Tips (27 Aug 2005)

So you want to learn how to increase your tips? If you want to learn the time tested techniques that will help fatten your wallet, then you must read this report. This report will show you 2 fr.ee tips I guarantee will work. It's great to learn...

The Wild Dove (a Sonnet to Elvis) (19 Nov 2005)

The wild-Dove (a Sonnet to Elvis)

I saw now, a wild-dove with no mate

Pass me by, as I walked my path of life;

So high, so high he flew, in the sky's light, Boundless and quick, unblocked and elate, Happy, I thought—He must be, ...

The Legend of: The Vast Viper of Cajatambo (08 Sep 2005)

The Legend of:
The Vast Viper of Cajatambo
[And the Peruvian Wanka's]

(Overture) My son was a simpleton, sly with a curmudgeonly; better said, throughout his years he was unlucky, indeed ill-fated; all the same, he was trying to prov...

Choosing the Right Ballet Slippers (15 Apr 2006)

In ballet, as in most of life, the clothing options for women are more varied than for men. Take unitards, leotards and warm-up clothing as an example.

Now, when it comes to ballet shoes or slippers, the pattern still exists. But first, yo...

An Abstract Painting - How to Produce One, Part 1 (03 Mar 2006)

Perhaps the title would be better as the question I have so often heard: "How can I produce an abstract image?"

Within the next few articles I intend to lead you into those dark secret places filled with wonderful tantilizing enigmas, where ...

Highway of the Dead [Two poems: Clark A. Smith] (29 Nov 2005)

Clark A. Smith (poet, artist, sculptures and novelist), along with several Arkham House, authors, such as Richard L. Tierney; de Camp, Lin Carter, HP Lovecraft, Robert Howard, George Sterling, all poets, all short story writers, two generations of...

Why Like that Artwork? Recognizing True Soul (14 Mar 2006)

I'm not really a very religious person and the answer to the question is definitely not religiously related, but want for another word "soul" will have to do. What I refer to is that bit of the artist which goes into the artwork bringing it 'to li...

Blood (23 Dec 2005)

There was blood on the paper and he continued to stare at the cut like it was some form of beauty, a perfect materialistic circle that even Plato would bow his 'crystal-clear' ideas to. He continued to stare at his own red substance, wondering 'wh...

Chess - Sounds of Silence (09 Nov 2005)

Chess is such a beautiful game. I was trying to find somewhere to sit quitely the other day when it occured to me how difficult it can be to do this in today's world - to find a corner where there is complete silence, I mean a complete abstinence ...

The World of the Macabre (27 Oct 2005)

[The Macabre World] The word Macabre can mean many things; to me it is simply a word with a world attached to it, within itself, a chilly one at that. Let me take this opportunity to share a little of my dark side with you, the Macabre and my Gr...

Audio Books - 5 Unheard of Uses (09 Mar 2006)

The typical hardcover or paperback book isn't going anywhere. The format shows no signs of ever dying off, even after considering the many technological advances made in recent years. It would, however, be foolish to deny the obvious and not so...

Free Audio Books – All About Low Cost and Free Audio Books (14 Apr 2006)

This is not another misleading title. Free audio books exist. You could find free downloadable audio books or low cost ones easily. How come, where and why you should start listening to audio books immediately? Find out the answers in a few minute...

More of Interview No.2 (14 Sep 2005)

I: Did you grow up writing, or reading a lot of anything in particular?

P: There's no way I could be considered a child prodigy or anything like that, but I grew up being aware of language. This was largely my mother's influence and her fat...

Interview No.2: 9 Years later: Just The Preamble (10 Nov 2005)

The piece in The Harvard Advocate begins with a quotation from Daniel Boone and a short analysis of some of his life. I will begin my own interview here with this same quotation and story. -Ron Price with thanks to The Harvard Advocate(Fall 2004...

An Interview with Ron Price (06 Jan 2006)

Q: What about the human influences, the affect of people, on what you write? Is it as great as books which obviously have quite a significant impact from what you say?

Price: Many of my poems are the result of experiences I have with my coll...

The Story Behind The Fighting Temeraire - Britains Favourite Painting (17 Sep 2005)

Many people in Britain are familiar with Joseph Mallord William Turner's magical painting of the Fighting Temeraire, but what's the story behind Britain's favourite painting?

The Fighting Temeraire or "The Fighting Temeraire, tugged to her L...

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