Interview With Author Brian Doyle

It is an honor to be working on the screen adaption of “Mink River” by Brian Doyle

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“I wanted to say thank you to Oregon in the worst way. I wanted to say, thank you for 25 years of joy and pain and rain, and everybody I love the most is from here, and there’s a shaggy grace in Oregon that I adore.”                


New York

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Candlelight sound meditation with Kirsten Kairos, Blackhouse, Brooklyn

View of the blizzard from my studio, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Blizzard in Greenpoint, Brooklyn,

Blizzard in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, photo by Kirsten Kairos

Transmitter Park, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

New drawing

My favorite Picasso @ MOMA

Alex Morel @ Hanneline Rogeberg exhibition

Guo Fengyi exhibition @ Andrew Edlin Gallery

Artist Guo Fengyi

Greenpoint, Brooklyn, photo by Kirsten Kairos



Writer Kari Paulson Joins “Mink River” Team

Oregon Writer Kari Paulson Joins the “Mink River” Film Team

Kari’s roots are west of the Cascades in the Pacific Northwest.  She
studied geology and English at Carleton College in Minnesota, Forest
Hydrology at the University of Washington (MS) and Creative Writing at
Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan (MFA).  Her work,
her education and choice of place reflect her orientation and
stewardship to large landscapes, natural processes and the environment.
 
She has authored a collection of short stories as well as several
creative nonfiction pieces.  Her short story, “Ikea Baby,” was published
in Passages North, NMU’s annual literary journal.  She lives and works
in the hills outside of Corvallis with her husband and three sons.


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