May 2012

Scene4 Magazine - Commentary and Views on the Arts

Two Poems About Writing
Michael Bettencourt
Scene4 Magazine: Michael Bettencourt |
This paper is an ear with no mouth,
water no dowsing can raise.
This pencil bleeds silence.
This hand plows left to right,
harrows breathing to silt.

The Dancer Into Poet
Selena Zachai
 Arthur Meiselman
Scene4 Magazine: Arthur Meiselman |
Lorca took everything into his mouth and his nose and his eyes and his tongue. He is the most sensual poet of the 20th century. If he were alive I would smash my way to lie with him to hear him breathe and sing.

Feminism and the Method
Nathan Thomas

Scene4 Magazine: Nathan Thomas | It occurred to me that – as a man – in accordance with some perspectives I can't escape my gender. In other perspectives, I'm not allowed to escape my gender.

Music For Grownups
Les Marcott

Scene4 Magazine: Les Marcott | www.scene4.comSteven Tyler is another one of those who seem to live in perpetual adolescence. It's pathetic to see a 64-year old man turn himself into a freak show that only twenty somethings can fathom.

Claudine Jones

Scene4 Magazine: Claudine Jones | What consists of time well spent? Baking cookies for the grand-kid? Shopping? All ten seasons of Stargate SG-1? Or are these all merely funneled into the Cuisinart of Life to make an Existential Smoothie?



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