"Video-Graphic Alchemy," an illustrated retrospective of my multimedia and literary work, can now be viewed in the book mode on Scribd. Try the full-screen option, and then zoom in (+).
While you're there, explore some of the other documents I've posted, including a work-in-progress that features scripted dance performances introduced in "Arella's Repertoire," my novel. "A Child's Space: Leah's Belated Hurrah," part of the series, is now available for public viewing. (It's set on the scroll viewing mode but can be changed if you prefer another mode.)
Labels: literary fiction, Miami, multimedia, pop culture, video art