I took this photograph while leaving my first therapist’s office. It was my last appointment. I went to her for 11 years. The first stretch lasted six years, then I took a much needed three-year break, and finished off in what felt like a five year stretch. I only stopped because she retired. I remember the […]
After I saw this shelf of vintage paperbacks, I imagined my own fantasy bookshelf full of volumes that reflected the reality of our own times.
Writers are often measured in books but I’ve avoided books for the most part, since I don’t feel like the contain the type of writing I want to be doing at the moment fits into that form. So, I decided to compile a handy list of some notable works of writing I think gives you a good idea about my work.
Last Thursday, many of us got together to honor Neery Melkonian, the beloved Armenian American art critic and curator, with a memorial evening at AGBU Central Office in Manhattan. Emceed by Houry Guedelekian and Nancy Agabian, the evening started with artist Aram Jibilian sharing the contours of his friendship with Neery, and an overview of her career, philosophy, and […]
As soon as I decided it was finally time to write a book I knew I should revamp my blog. The truth is that I only started blogging when Veken, my boyfriend at the time, discovered my interest in possibly writing a book. He ask me how I intended to sell this future book. “I assume people […]