This year our good friend Magie Dominic published “Street Angel”, a memoir of her native Newfoundland.
This quote is from a recent rave in The Antigonish Review:
“….Dominic writes as Julius Caesar spoke (“I came, I saw, I conquered.”), as Dickens wrote, and as Toni Morrison writes. The style is immediate and emotive. It also makes for a fasten-your-seat-belt read….”
And here’s the link to the full review by Marjorie Simmins:
Get to know Magie by ordering “STREET ANGEL” and by visiting:
Magie Dominic at Lincoln Center Archives
On July 14, 2015, T magazine assembled some of the artists, writers, performers, musicians and intellectuals who defined New York’s inimitable and electrifying cultural scene of the late 1970s and early ’80s. Happy to say we were a seminal part of that scene among many, many other influential creative people living and no longer with us who do not appear in this photograph or article. Click on the link above the picture to read about the remarkable times.
Award winning author, artist Magie Dominic with her copy of Caravan To Oz. Click on the links below to see Magie’s recent discussion about the Caffe Cino – then click on her blog link to read about her new book, Street Angel.
The Caffe Cino: Lanford Wilson, Bette Midler and Everyone in Between