Wanda Waterman The Brilliance is hard to pigeonhole. The music is a mix of classical and pop, so you might call it prog rock with no hubris, or classical music with no pedantry. The highly original sounds created by the … Continue reading The Brilliance Interview
Wanda Waterman “There’s a lot to be said for making people laugh. Did you know that’s all some people have? It isn’t much, but it’s better than nothing in this cockeyed caravan.” ~John L. Sullivan in Sullivan’s Travels “O Brother, … Continue reading Why Did Sullivan Travel?
After Giorgio Finetti (AKA Jofi) delighted me with a piece of music that was ideal for my poem “Clouds of Paris” (which quickly morphed into the song “We Two Gypsy Thieves), I told him we couldn’t stop now. In a … Continue reading My Desk, My Planet (the song)
Wanda Waterman “We need to pay it forward. As we have access to power, we need to bring others along.” ~ Helene Lerner While living in the Middle East I was often struck by how arduously women competed for the … Continue reading Why, Lisa Bloom?