Ted Conover has been a correction officer at Sing Sing Prison and a cab driver in Aspen; he hopped freight trains for a year while living as a hobo and crossed the U.S.-Mexican border with undocumented immigrants. All of this in the name of that particular brand of essayistic narrative journ
Nathanael West accomplished a few several things in his short life, among them: forging his way into both Tufts and Brown Universities, writing several largely ignored satiric novels, writing several equally ignored screenplays, and running a stop sign en route to the funeral of F. Scott Fitzgeral
Founder of Diamonte Designs since 2008 (named after my late mother).
Coming from a broken home and facing many obstacles as a young girl, I began to develop a relationship with art and then became obesessed with it in every aspect. My background includes over 5+ years in the graphic arts f