Like everyone else in the park, the couple, both in their mid-50s, had been on a routine evening stroll only moments before; Martha complained of ennui, and Barry griped about living in a rut.
Jennifer Reeder and Nancy Andrews
Film stills taken from the short film “I Like Tomorrow” by Jennifer Reeder and Nancy Andrews. From the Wexner Center for the Arts description of the film: “Conceived of by longtime friends Reeder and Andrews while the two were working as artists in residence in the Wexner Center's Film/Video Studio on their individual films “Blood Below the Skin” and “The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes,” respectively, “I Like Tomorrow “is a sci-fi musical that combines live action and animation. As Reeder and Andrews recount, “After work one evening, over cocktails and possibly complaining about the then recently released film Gravity, there appeared a pen and a napkin and an idea about a lonely lady astronaut. From the start, the short film was conceived with actress Michole Briana White in mind.”See the film for free until the end of August 2021 at wexarts.org/film-video/nancy-andrews-and-jennifer-reeder.
Dart Waist for Another Damn Prostitute
Sarah can read the unwritten subtext of the note: make this as form fitting as possible, definitely make sure we know she has breasts.
Saving Sgt. Billings (and other poems)
We did what we could,
hid the bottles, drove what
was left of him deep
into the yawning hollow