Frozen in Stone [Fiction]

Without question . . . I know what is meant by living stone. I understand what Goethe meant when he said architecture was music frozen in stone. I know statues and architecture are different, but how much are they really different from one another. I'm not even sure how different architecture and statuary are different … Continue reading Frozen in Stone [Fiction]

Gay Marriage; a few more notes

III The primitive ways we have understood marriage over the centuries has affected how we think of it today; how could it not. The way we have thought about many things over the last millennium that persist in our discourse affects how we think about them today. Just what the implications were for women in … Continue reading Gay Marriage; a few more notes