– PY: You have written a generous historical document about an artifact that is “under the nose” of golfers at Brae Burn Country Club every day. How did the ruins of the Westchester Northern catch your attention? VK: I’ve been associated with Brae Burn since 1983, which dovetailed with
Poor Yorick and our museum partner, the Mattatuck Museum, are proud to announce Martin Willitts, Jr. as the winner of our first Special Call for Submissions. … Continue readingVictorian in Winter by Martin Willitts, Jr.
– Poor Yorick and our museum partner, the Mattatuck Museum, are proud to announce the winner of our first Special Call for Submissions. We received poems, short stories, digital videos, and essays. “Victorian in Winter,” a poem by Martin Willitts, Jr., was chosen to accompany the image “Victorian in Winter,” a
by Karen Veazey – In 2012, I visited a large cat rescue where I participated in “cub interaction time,” a controversial but effective method of fundraising. For a small donation, you play with a tiger cub. I entered the playpen, a pale green cement and cinderblock room with one glass