Jane Vandenburgh

May 31st, 2015

Mildred Howard at the Richmond Art Center

Art as Weapon, Art as Shelter Mildred Howard is one of those celebrated, successful, highly influential visual artists upon whom the most vaunted prizes have been bestowed but who has somehow escaped wide swathes of the American museum-going public’s notice. If it’s a given that this woman’s work is important, why hasn’t the word got […]

September 10th, 2014

Don Carpenter’s No-Longer-Lost Last Book Fridays at Enrico’s

My piece on my friendship with Don Carpenter during the time he was writing Fridays at Enrico’s is up on the Huffington Post

September 6th, 2014

Yearlong Workshop in the Book-Length Narrative

Two 5-day residencies at the Djerassi SMIP Ranch bookend a year’s deliveries of from 20 – 40 pp per month followed by individual phone conferences.   Residencies are February 4 – February 8, 2015 & February 10 – 14, 2016 Workshop limited to seven participants The application process includes a short description of the book project […]

April 23rd, 2014

Fall Officially Decreed Downtime

The Fall of 2014 is dedicated to the pursuit of writing time, which means the Author Jane Vandenburgh stops making public appearances, stays home and finishes the book she’s been writing for a good long time. Public activities to resume in the February of 2015 with the Yearlong Workshop at Djerassi.