Monthly Archives: March 2011
It’s official– “The Rat Land” will at long last be staged in its entirety! The Industry, a new opera center in Los Angeles headed by Yuval Sharon, has selected it for their Fall 2012 season. Continue reading
Re: Hello, Mr. Smallest Weenie in the World!
Your instrument should be thicker…
Ladies will know what means long item.
Re: Damn! You ejaculatte in five minutes.
No wonder she is so angry…
Re: Is safest and most modern way to not cover with shame.
I am a writer living in Brooklyn, New York. My work includes personal essays and vignettes, non-fiction novellas, original opera librettos, and miscellaneous belles lettres. For fun I dabble in “urban haiku,” found or overheard poems, and other improvised poetic forms. Continue reading
RE: SPAM FOR CHICKS!
FROM: Charlotte T. Jackson
Subject: “Silk springs eternal whether lion or lamb!” Continue reading
Composer Gordon Beeferman has created this web page for our contemporary chamber opera, “The Rat Land,” for which I am the librettist (and sometime costume and props mistress.) Set in the fin-de-Cold War American Midwest, “The Rat Land” chronicles the disintegration of a troubled and eccentric family through the eyes of their adolescent daughter. Continue reading