Tag: Pittsburgh

Q&A with Emily Rodgers

Posted January 24, 2017 by Ari Augustine in Author Q&A / 0 Comments
Q&A with Emily Rodgers

Emily Rodgers is a Pittsburgh-based adjunct English professor at AI, Duquesne University, and the Community College of Allegheny County. Outside of her role as an instructor, Rodgers is a musician who is both singer and songwriter in Emily Rodgers Band. She has been praised by NPR All Songs Considered, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Burgh Sounds, Pittsburgh City-Paper, […]

Vivid Impressions: Photography

Posted October 15, 2016 by Ari Augustine in Blog / 0 Comments
Vivid Impressions: Photography

You had me at Hello. You caught my eye, drew me in, and wooed me with your brilliance. I can’t help the way I feel – alive, inspired, and drowning in your colors. Top photo: Purple Flowers in Seattle, WA      Bottom photo: West Hall at CCAC  

Frühling des Bedauerns ( Poem..

Posted August 1, 2016 by Ari Augustine in Blog / 1 Comment
Frühling des Bedauerns ( Poem)

  Frühling des Bedauerns Come back to me, I Simply couldn’t see, blind The arrant symmetry, You Were my everything. You opened me, sigh To the endless sea, I Simply couldn’t breathe, When you looked at me. We broke apart, You And your paper heart, grew Like frosted grass, Love I ruined you.     […]