Note: My first letter ever published was in The Financial Times. When you see the image of the painting published in the FT and my response and a letter I had published in The New York Times in the Arts section on Women and Porno you will have a context and irony. (The FT letter hit home for me literally.)
My first letter published in The New York Times was about Bruno Schulz art and again I write from my heart and soul as an artist. For the over achiever even that letter will have context.
Coming soon Misogynist NYC...the ugly truth about NYC, not the progressive city the Big Apple pretends to be...more like the Apple in Adam in Eve that comes with the patriarchal blame game attached to it blaming and shaming Eve which doesn't fly.
Geo-sexual politcs: A term I made up to say we ain't equal. http://www.suzannahbtroyartist.com/
http://www.thevillager.com/villager_198/veganaresckenedasfavorite.html In this article -- I was blatantly deleted. The assoc. editor admitted the writer wrote him -- who does she think she is -- is she running for office? He sent me the email from the author. I was the only person to honor Filomena Silvestri's memory -- and I thanked the community for sending her a message with all their work -- signing the petition, Amy Zimmer's piece in Metro and Filomena Silvestri died at 94 knowing her and her son's business were not thrown out on the street. I don't know how you can write about a small business fighting for it's survivial and erase the Earth Mother behind it but leave it to that rag to do so and why?
She was erased and I was erased. I demanded NYU and every mega dorm in the East Village give us community outreach resource centers to help small businesses and the community -- from kids to seniors and homeless. Mysteriously all this and two dynamic women -- Filomena and me erased. Welcome to just one example of Misogynistic NYC -- the boys club and women are club members.
I did hound the editor and I got her obitary written up and "Vegan Earth Mom" were my words but I could never get him to make right a wrong -- a double act of misogyny NYC.