Interview w/ Larkin Poe – A rockin’ blue vibe is coming from Atlanta, Georgia. “Our biggest goal is authenticity”

I must be sincere. It’s a real honour for me to have had an interview with Rebecca and Megan Lovell also known as Larkin Poe. We wrote an article on their coming to Italy to rock folks with the songs of their new album Venom & Faith. This time we talked about their blues roots, where their band name comes from and we knew more about their creative process. A lot of great things came out from our chatting so keep reading if you want to know more about this rockin’ duo… Continua a leggere

Vagina Museum – Femininity as a form of art and culture for Florence Schechter

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A Museum as you won’t expect it. We like this kind of cultural projects, so we decided to know more about the Vagina Museum. We discovered that a Penis Museum exists in Iceland but that is another story… The Vagina Museum was born from a concept by Florence Schechter, a science YouTuber. All begun when she was researching 10 Animal Vaginas for a YouTube video to go alongside the one she made about penises. She discovered that there was not enough Vagina in the cultural world, so she is trying to fix this gap. Here you can read what she told us about her project and the future of the Vagina Museum. Continua a leggere

Marc Pietrzykowski – An Interview With The Brain (And The Hand) Behind Pski’s Porch Publishing

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It’s always a pleasure for me to interview interesting people. This time is Dr. Marc Pietrzykowski the voice that answers to my questions. He is an author and a publisher, and Ramingo’s readers met him some articles ago when I wrote about “Resurrection of a Sunflower“. Marc lives and works and writes in Niagara County, NY, USA. He has published various and sundry poems, stories, and essays, as well as 8 books of poetry and 2 novels. Here’s what we talked about…
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Walden – A New Videogame Experience Dedicated To The Most Known Book by Henry David Thoreau

I’ve discovered them surfing the net. Their project is apparently simple and absolutely great. The idea is to transform “Walden”, the essay about walking philosophy written by Henry David Thoreau, in a videogame experience. They were been able to mix our interests: literature, videogames and cool projects. So we decided to interview Tracy Fullerton, the head of the Walden Project. Continua a leggere