Saturday, December 31, 2016


Besides “wholly flourishing” this week (below), I spent six hours over two evenings living in and writing to the film “Rachel Getting Married,” which I’d seen when it first ran, mid-October 2008.

This time, thanks to streaming, I could dwell with the fate of a princess as ensemble performance filmed in documentary style, minute by minute.
If I push the documentary pretense into seriously pretending that the story really is happening—not a script being performed—some fascinating issues arise from odd aspects of the story that, I bet, weren’t supposed to be surmised. A rich sequel story could be written, dealing with how those odd aspects are prescient of what is to happen within a couple of years.

Anyway, the fake documentary style is enough fertile landscape by itself for discursive play.

I want to have more to post by next weekend, but I need to do work for the other website, which I’ve neglected for months. I’ll at least have another “saturdaynote” here, Jan. 7.

Friday, December 30, 2016

Sunday, December 25, 2016

loving north of La La Land

So I said (with Mick): Be expert craft in a world that accepts itself—authentic striving at home with kitschiness, scripts we write, scripts
we inherit.

We can trust in our career dreams with our love, finding a way to make them flourish together.

Reconciliation transcends, but so does devotion to making things work.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

on a way to scale being

The last part of “autumn leaves,” “on a way to scale being,” is done.

Monday, December 12, 2016

in praise of integral openness

Part 3 of “autumn leaves,” “in praise of integral openness,” is done.

Friday, December 09, 2016

light mirrorplay

The first two episodes of “autumn leaves” are done:

This is not about trees.