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What’s in A Name? Meredith Andrews’; Book “Who Is Anna Andersson?”

Last year Bermudian photographer Meredith Andrews set out to photograph women across Sweden who shared one thing in common: the name Anna Andersson. As Sweden’s most popular name, there are thousands of women who share it, but what makes them different? Andrews’s book, Who Is Anna Andersson?, seeks to answer that question by featuring stark and beautiful portraits of 50 different Anna Anderssons, from a 99-year-old, to a priest, to a tattoo artist. By focussing on their superficial commonalities, Andrews…


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Short Story: The Day The Rock Burned

Once, Virgil got thrown out of class for talking too much. He had asked if stone could catch fire during reading time. Which irritated an already irritated Ms. Taylor who had just sent James and Jackie to deputy principle Smith’s…


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Artists View: Karl Sternath

Who are you and what do you do? I was born in Austria on August 11, 1953. As a young child I was affectionately nicknamed “Stemsi”—hence the brand name “StemsiArt”.  Inspired by the awesome blues and greens of Bermuda’s waters,…


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Short Story and Poetry Contest 2015

The Bermudian’s 2015 short story and poetry contest, “The Sea” is open to all residents of Bermuda and to Bermudians living overseas 18 years or older. Submissions of original, unpublished, short fiction should be up to 2500 words in length…


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Artists View: Christopher Marson

What’s your background? One of my earliest memories is of being a schoolyard with children running around chasing footballs and generally doing what small children do while I was sitting in a sheltered alcove drawing in a small notebook—a pattern…

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Artists View: Pierangelo Lanfranchi

Well-known manager of the Harbourfront Restaurant at BUEI, Pierangelo Lanfranchi is steadily building a name for himself on the local art scene with his stunning landscape photography. Originally from Lake Como, Italy, Lanfranchi is equally passionate about food, photography and…