Refe Tuma

Refe Tuma

Writer, Dinosaur Photographer.

nevver:

American Gotham

I can’t believe no one has done this until now.

nevver:

American Gotham

I can’t believe no one has done this until now.

Had a great time at KCUR studios yesterday, talking to Sook-Yin Lee of CBC Radio’s DNTO. The show is called The Story Behind the Photo and will air nationally in Canada next week. Tune in for dinosaury goodness.

Had a great time at KCUR studios yesterday, talking to Sook-Yin Lee of CBC Radio’s DNTO. The show is called The Story Behind the Photo and will air nationally in Canada next week. Tune in for dinosaury goodness.

artruby:

Jacob Hashimoto’s Gas Giant at MOCA

Leesa is a great lady and a wonderful writer. So excited for her book to finally hit the shelves.
mojaveriverpress:

The sun shines a bit brighter, the birds sing a little sweeter… and Leesa Cross-Smith's much anticipated book, Every Kiss a War, arrives right along with spring's inclinations toward love. What a perfect time for such a beautiful book!You can still pre-order your copy before the official April 21st release (saves you a buck off the retail release price) from either the Mojave Press & Review Facebook page or at our alt.storefront. To the lovely souls who have already pre-ordered, thank you for supporting Leesa and Mojave River Press— your books will begin shipping the week of April 21st :o)The twenty-seven stories in Leesa Cross-Smith’s debut short story collection Every Kiss a War are set to the sounds of “frogs and crickets out back, steam-pulsing like a machine” and “a sad country song that hasn’t been written yet.” Men and women love and leave over cigarettes and shots of kitchen table whiskey. She takes us down Kentucky roads in the back of a pickup truck to both truculent and delicate women and rough, rambling men edged with gentleness. A finalist for the Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award and the Iowa Short Fiction Award, this collection is a ravishing war of characters laid bare as they look for the glow and fight to stay in the light. As affecting as they are sexy and romantic, these stories burn with sweetness like firecrackers and honey as you throw them back and holler for another round.Leesa Cross-Smith is a homemaker, living and writing in Kentucky. She and her husband run a literary magazine called WhiskeyPaper. Her work appears in dozens of journals and magazines. Find more at LeesaCrossSmith.com

Leesa is a great lady and a wonderful writer. So excited for her book to finally hit the shelves.

mojaveriverpress:

The sun shines a bit brighter, the birds sing a little sweeter… and Leesa Cross-Smith's much anticipated book, Every Kiss a War, arrives right along with spring's inclinations toward love. What a perfect time for such a beautiful book!

You can still pre-order your copy before the official April 21st release (saves you a buck off the retail release price) from either the Mojave Press & Review Facebook page or at our alt.storefront. To the lovely souls who have already pre-ordered, thank you for supporting Leesa and Mojave River Press— your books will begin shipping the week of April 21st :o)

The twenty-seven stories in Leesa Cross-Smith’s debut short story collection Every Kiss a War are set to the sounds of “frogs and crickets out back, steam-pulsing like a machine” and “a sad country song that hasn’t been written yet.” Men and women love and leave over cigarettes and shots of kitchen table whiskey. She takes us down Kentucky roads in the back of a pickup truck to both truculent and delicate women and rough, rambling men edged with gentleness. A finalist for the Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award and the Iowa Short Fiction Award, this collection is a ravishing war of characters laid bare as they look for the glow and fight to stay in the light. As affecting as they are sexy and romantic, these stories burn with sweetness like firecrackers and honey as you throw them back and holler for another round.

Leesa Cross-Smith is a homemaker, living and writing in Kentucky. She and her husband run a literary magazine called WhiskeyPaper. Her work appears in dozens of journals and magazines. Find more at LeesaCrossSmith.com

asylum-art:

Beautiful Architectural Watercolors From Maja Wrońska

 

Book Art by  Thomas Allen.

theparisreview:

What if The Road, The Corrections, and Wonder Boys were children’s books? (The illustration of Alfred Lambert falling from the cruise ship is especially well done.)