Desiree Cooper & Casey Rocheteau @ Knight Arts blog

Detroit’s literary scene is booming. Last week, two local authors held book launches for work that touches deeply on some of the most difficult and most real parts of being human, being black and being female: Desiree Cooper debuted a collection of flash fiction, “Know the Mother,” while Casey Rocheteau–the […]

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3/1/2016 – BANG-BANG BREAKFAST THOUGHTS with Billy Mark

Artist: Billy Mark Location: Rose’s Fine Food Breakfast: BM – Bang-Bang Breakfast Rice SRS – Coffee (black), Bang-Bang Breakfast Rice (with crumbled bacon) First of all, PEACE OUT, FEBRUARY. Seriously, screw that month. There could be no greater way to clear the winter doldrums than this March 1 confab with […]

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1/28/2016 – No Small Talk with Bridget Michael

Artist: Bridget Michael Location: Trinosophes Breakfast: BM – Peppermint tea,  breakfast sandwich on a biscuit (no egg, no cheese, no garlic aoli, added greens), apple slices, side of hippie salad SRS – Coffee (black), cinnamon roll The best part of this day–or any day this week, to be honest–was when […]

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Interview w/ the unsinkable Nancy Mitchnick @ Detroit Art Review

Nancy Mitchnick is a Detroit legacy that spans generations. After witnessing and creating work within the Cass Corridor scene, she moved on to find success in New York City, before eventually falling into a series of teaching positions, including working at CalArts in Valencia, California—“the conceptual art school when painting […]

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10/11/15 – Making Sense with Sarah Nesbitt

Artist: Sarah Nesbitt Location: Craftwork Breakfast: SN – French toast SRS – Tea (honey), orange juice, Classic Breakfast (eggs over medium, toast (jam), bacon) It is important to pay attention to quiet people. They should never be mistaken as people who do not have rich interior lives or something to […]

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