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July 1st, 2020
Passed away yesterday.
On his 91st birthday.
I can't imagine our NY without his visual influence or our world without his singular artistry and graphic design contributions.
RIP Mr Glaser.
WE ❤️ YOU
@wayetu- The Dragons The Giant The Women
@britrbennett The Vanishing Half
Both of these extraordinary women blessing their devoted readers with follow ups from their unforgettable debut novels.
@megha.maj A Burning, offering us her debut novel.
I was waiting for all 3 of these books. And ravenous for every word written.
I was buried in their pages and in awe of the talent laid bare.
Books that end too soon.
Authors we will know about and read forever.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
Everything Must Change- Nina Simone
Please RIP Mr. Floyd.
To all our veterans.
Ever more so this year with with the loss of so many veterans to Covid-19
We are grateful today and always for the service you have given and the sacrifices you have made.
May 19th, 2020
We've come a long way baby.
To my mother.
To the mothers no longer with us.
To all mothers today.
To those who are suffering most.
To those that wake worrying about the mothers who are disproportionately affected.
To those mothers who are healthcare workers, restaurant workers, housekeepers,grocery store clerks, babysitters, meatpackers, foster mothers, caring for the elderly, government employees keeping our cities and communities functioning, to those that are postal workers, teachers, tending to food pantries and caring for the displaced, homeless or victims of domestic violence...
I send love, compassion, appreciation and hopes that brighter days are ahead.
1 day a year just doesn't seem adequate to celebrate all of you.