Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction, by G. M. Lupo. Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction is available for download and review on NetGalley. Requires a NetGalley account. Link below. Reconstruction on NetGalley
Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, Summer, 1988.
The carving at Stone Mountain. As a soon-to-be old white guy, I’m here to say, our time in the sun is rapidly coming to a close. Oh, don’t worry, a lot of us will still have most of the money and a good deal of the influence, but our days of throwing our weight around, … Continue reading Old White Guys
Times Square, NYC, sometime around 1989. With the closing of the theaters due to Covid-19, opportunities for playwrights, and, especially, emerging playwrights have become few and far between. There have been many readings and performances staged for Zoom and other conference platforms, but it will most likely be a very long time before performing venues … Continue reading To Script or not to Script
Talmadge Eugene and Emily Mae (Stribling) Lupo, around 1991. Emily Mae Stribling from her trip to Florida in 1952, age 22-23. Talmadge Eugene Lupo, age 28, taken by my mother on their trip to visit his family in 1961. My parents’ wedding 18 August 1961.
Rosalind Duchard sits in the office of her brother-in-law, Marcel. She’s come to solicit a favor from him, but as she outlines it for him, he starts shaking his head. “Rosie, you know I’m not that kind of lawyer. I do real estate. I don’t handle custody cases.” “Don’t worry about it, Marcel. It just … Continue reading Worthy, Rosalind and Marcel
In the 1970s, in Atlanta, there was a run-down theater at the corner of Peachtree and Ponce called The Fox. It was apparently built earlier in the century as a Masonic Lodge, but became an entertainment venue, which showed movies and held live shows. By the early 70s, it had fallen on hard times and … Continue reading Fox Tower
From A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Housman.