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/
My whole life I've been shy, but try to tell that to anyone who deals with me in a superficial way.
I'm living in the quick-quick slow tempo of early mid-winter. A waltz of days in-between,
I remember playing dress-up as a young girl. We didn't have much but there were certainly plenty of
Documenting all that matters in my life adds meaning to it.
I love this photograph: he is my husband and I his wife and I see things that others don't see.
The whole thing is eerie and yet oddly familiar. The brutal slaying on November 15th, 1959, of the Clutter family in Holcomb, Kansas was one of the first ‘home invasion’ stories that shook America to the core for the sheer brutality of crime.
Eat. I want to tell all girls to eat, although I must first confess that I do not abide by this rule myself, and I’m not even sure why.
I hate to admit to being vain at all because it has so many and only negative qualities that one thinks