Dateline: sadi ranson-polizzotti
Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti is a published writer in both the United States and Europe. She is widely known for her music commentary, particularly her writings about Bob Dylan about whom she runs a highly-trafficked site. Her new work of poetry is forthcoming this September and can be pre-ordered at B&N etc and is called (for goodness' sake). Her biography of Lewis Carroll is under contract with Continuum Publishers, New York, London. She is a member of the PEN America Foundation. Her work is represented by Bob Silverstein. Ranson is the founder of The Tant Mieux Project: www.tantmieux.squarespace.com/
Don't read this if you plan on seeing the film — spoilers abound!
There are, of course, risks with any major surgery. Even with minor surgery.
The List of the Moment, volume No. 19, a long time coming...
It’s interesting that no one can ever know all the facts of anyone else's life.
My feet have hardly hit the ground and I’ve been running, but I keep asking myself where to?
I’m not sure how I feel about someone else pretending to be Dylan.
I’ve written about this before to some extent anyway, and I find myself coming back around to the topic with yet more thoughts and ideas.
We are sixth or so in line in front the imposing stadium security gate at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket...
This was a fun list to compile, perhaps because my load has been lightened a bit.
What is it like to read someone’s palm, to take their hand in yours and to trace the lines oh, so gently — of, as Dylan said, “my restless palms?”