Chiselled Features

The Chiseler is back, in a new form, here. Now featuring Zis. Boom. Bah., the Chiseler radio show! Listen… and believe.

I have contributed words to a piece on Katharine Hepburn started by R.J. Lambert, resulting in a piece I feel proud of but not responsible for — it just seemed to happen. I enjoy these long-distance collaborations orchestrated by the Chiseler’s hard-working editor/presiding inspirational demon, Daniel Riccuito. I feel like we may expand it as we’ve barely scratched that enamel surface.

I also chipped in an ad for The Shadowcast, which more people need to know about (tell your friends). New episode coming soon!

3 Responses to “Chiselled Features”

  1. David Ehrenstein Says:

    Nice piece but I’ve frankly had it with Hepburn. I lime her in “Holiday” a lot but in her other films considerably less so. And “The Lion in Winter” is unendurable. Dorothy Parker put it best at the very start f her career when she said of a Hepburn performance “She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B.” Her most insistent performance has been “Spencer Tracy” begun in earnest nanoseconds after Mrs. Spencer Tracy bought the farm. Scottie Bowers has fully exposed all that mendacity and no one else need say more — except Joy Bang who now in forced retirement may have a word or three.

  2. Well, this was interesting to read…

  3. Thank you…

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