David Wolkowsky admiring a portrait of Michael Yorke, by Tennessee Williams
David Wolkowsky and Kelly McGillis at the Tennessee Williams exhibition at the Custom House Museum, 281 Front Street, Key West, Florida
A Child’s Garden of Roses, by Tennessee Williams who in a fit of pique depicts a tiny Truman Capote firing a gun, symbolizing his acts of sabotage, self-wounding and otherwise.
David Wolkowsky at the Tennessee Williams exhibit, Key West, Florida January 2014
About the Author
Christina Oxenberg was badly educated at too many schools to bother listing, including some highly suspect institutions where poker was on the curriculum. School was mostly in England but also Spain, and New York City and the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Free of high school there would be no further formal education, instead Oxenberg beelined to Studio 54 where she was hired in a Public Relations capacity. This was the 'gateway drug' that introduced her to everyone and everything she would ever need for the rest of her life. A Pandora’s Box, if you will, to be handled with great care. The culmination, to date, is a growing heap of published books, a blog of weekly micro-stories #SundayStory going on 7 years now at www.wooldomination.com