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Jillian
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Ciaccia
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Professional Creative, Performance artist, Art enthusiast, Other
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Changing the literary world one word at a time.... Changing the concept of fiction with street art....
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thefictionist at the 2009 Brooklyn Book Festival 9/13

200+ authors, 90+ degrees, 20,000+ people....

Sounds good, right?

On Sunday, September 13th, I'll be one of many great vendors at the Brooklyn Book Festival (10am-6pm).

All FOUR short story collections will be sold. But come quick. Last year I sold out by 3pm!

Posted on August 24, 2009 at 8:32am — 1 Comment

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At 10:00am on April 3, 2011, Richard F Kessler said…

Hello Jillian,

As a Brooklyn artist, I write you today to share Brooklyn’s greatest public artwork.

Why it is unknown is a mystery.  Nobody knows it exists.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d2/Arch_and_EmpireSB_-_Grand_Army_Plaza_Brooklyn.jpg

The Tower of the Empire State Building bisects the Arch in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza.

Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and architect Calvert Vaux created the framework for this continuing work-in-progress as the Civil War ended, 25 years before the Arch, 65 years before the Tower, 105 years before the Mirador, and 145 years before I stumbled across it.

http://www.rfkessler.com/coincidenceColor.pdf

In starting the “Grand Army Plaza” group here at Brooklyn Arts Project, I hope to share ideas on how to raise public awareness to protect and promote this View as an “historic visual corridor.”  Building Six of Atlantic Yards threatens to eclipse the view. 

Please forward the links to friends, artists, architects, bloggers, politicos, media and civilians. 

Your friend, Richard

At 10:30am on August 24, 2009, Tom Bothellite said…
Enjoyed!
At 10:24am on August 24, 2009, osvaldo cibils said…
i'm seeing your website, your work is very very interesting.
thanks for add friend.
At 8:30am on August 24, 2009, Michael kulick said…
nice to meet ya
At 12:18am on April 4, 2009, sanjay v uzgare said…
you sound very interesting ! all the best to you...sanjay
 
 
 

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