In the latest installment of my podcast, “Inexplicable Need: An Interview with Shaun Haurin,” I get into a heated discussion with a former student about how to address a former professor and also about the title of one of my favorite short story collections. I then interview Shaun Haurin, the author of the collection, and find out that I was wrong. The podcast also includes a pair of readings from the book in question, Public Displays of Affectation.
If A) you’re in the market for some original art, B) you want to help a good cause, and C) you live in (or plan on visiting) the Philadelphia area, then you’re in luck! Silver Tower Studios will be hosting an art show on May 9 at Lucky’s Last Chance in Manayunk to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Here are the details:
- What: Art Show to Benefit National MS Society
- Where: Lucky’s Last Chance, 4421 Main St, Manayunk (Philadelphia)
- When: May 9, starting at 5:00 PM
I’m also pleased to note that several of my paintings will be available at this event, so if you’ve been longing to add a Marc Schuster original to your collection, now is your chance!
These are a few of my works that will be available: