Angie Littlefield

Angie Littlefield
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Robbie “Kurt” Lavack is still going strong on his WWII memoirs continued


Walking With Oma

Walking with Oma and Alison Pick
The mentorship project with novelist-poet Alison Pick (www.alisonpick.com) through the Humber College of Creative Writing (www.humber.ca/scapa/ ) accompanied me to Africa and Tristan da Cunha. I enjoyed having the electronic company of a young author who’s written about the Holocaust and more. I started the important move towards the creative part of ‘creative non-fiction’. The original manuscript, written in art history mode, shortened and picked up much-needed dialogue. Hell, the characters all started to speak at once and I’m still sorting them out!
I’m currently in editing mode, hoping to have a version to float by literary agents later this year. Here’s the first chapter with SOME of Alison’s comments still there. Since I acted on her suggestions, you’ll find things missing. Read on to see how it works because you too might want to take Humber’s web-course, the Creative Writing Mentorship Program.
SAMPLE CHAPTER
Word | pdf

Walking with Oma -
The Skrainka family story during three centuries on three continents is told by a granddaughter who follows her Oma into history and into hell itself. continued

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Traces

Peter Adler

Aktuelles (German Media
Coverage
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Frog Songs (large file)


now available on books page

 

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Angelika HoerleAngelika Hoerle:
Comet of Cologne Dada

 

Angelika Hoerle’s Heritage
Out Take One:

The Forebears aroused Polish-born, Luxembourg historian Marc Murzynski to investigate Angelika Hoerle’s “Fick” roots in what was at the time of her ancestors a Prussian Province. Murzynski Born in Massow, the hometown of Angelika Hoerle’s father and grandfather, plans a monograph on the former inhabitants of Pomerania who left or were displaced between 1900-1950. more

Angelika Hoerle’s Heritage
Out Take Two:

“The Developing Artists 1912-1914”
Things started to percolate for Angelika and Willy Fick in 1912. Willy began evening and Sunday courses in drawing and architectural drafting at Cologne’s Kunstgewerbe School. Angelika did all his assignments with him. more


Angelika's PromiseAngelika's Promise

Complete English script and Chapter One in German

Reading and Remembrance

Reading and Remembrance
Although the lessons tie ‘days of yore’ to today’s media-savvy youth, we’ve not forgotten our current veterans. As well as new entry points for educators.

YouTube 2010, 2011


Angelika (Angie) Littlefield: Writer, Curator, Communications Specialist

Tristan ‘Tweens release two stories

Eight young people from Tristan da Cunha, the remotest island in the world, wrote and illustrated Robert’s Worst Sheep-Shearing Day, EVER and The Wreck of the MS Oliva

Elisapee of the Artic

YouTube

 

Elisapee of the Arctic: Mallikjuak Adventure should be in every school library in Nunavut by now continued

SilverStone Gallery

Angie will have copies of Elisapee at the Gallery.

Northern News Services STORY


The Art of Dissent: Willy Fick

Thank you for visiting The Art of Dissent exhibit at the Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto. book SOLD OUT


Aufbruch in die Moderne: Graphik des fruehen 20. Jahrhunderts aus der Sammlung Gerd Gruber

MAF Raederscheidt and Angie Littlefield

Experiment Kalltalgemeinschaft: Die Koelner Progressiven in Simonskall 1919-1921

Having the Honourary Patronship of this extraordinary exhibition arranged by Franz Tiedtke for Hohen Art was as great as meeting my good friend MAF Raederscheidt again.

Ilse Salberg

Tom Thomson's toronto Neighbours

Download e-book
"Tom Thomson's Toronto Neighbourhoods" and check out the NEW YouTube video and webpage!


Nancy, Rebecca, Peter and Angie

My continuing 15 seconds of fame in Tom Thomson film
West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson, a film by Michele Hozer and Peter Raymont, screens at the TIFF Bell Lightbox April 20-26th at 7 p.m. Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21 screening followed by Q&A with the filmmakers.

West Wind

The film will also screen at the Lakefield Literary Festival July 20-23, 2012. Catch my 15 seconds as a talking head, filmed in the Leith Church and the Thomson homestead, Rose Hill. The film is lovingly shot and brilliantly executed. Research kudos go to Nancy Lang and Rebecca Middleton—sleuths par excellence. I love comparing notes with them.

Tracking down a coincidence on Breadalbane Street (see Thomson’s Toronto Neighbourhoods)


Getting Personal with Tom Thomson: Group of Seven Forerunner

Tom Thomson

The Thomsons of Durham: Tom Thomson’s Family Heritage

Check Neil Lehto's website for more Thomson material.

Thomas John Thomson
• 1877~1917

2012 Travel

Tristan da Cunha is a remote volcanic island in the middle of the SOUTH ATLANTIC ocean. The images show its rural splendour … more PHOTOS

The images of South Africa show Cape Town to be … more
PHOTOS: Botswana,
South Africa, Zimbabwe


Morrisseau stampFinding a better way … for Norval’s sake
I am loath to write anything about great Canadian artist Norval Morrisseau. more

Where you can see work by Norval Morrisseau
Riverbrink Art Museum, Queenston, ON
Shaw Studios, Whitby, ON
Crawford Fine Arts, Millbrook, ON

 


 


 
Angie Littlefield
416.282.0646 | angie.littlefield@yahoo.ca