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Watch Gian’s award winning short film ‘The Adulterer’

 

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Ken Benau says:

    I just read your poem called “A poem for New Orleanians in the key of Hamlet called “That Is the Question”, and loved it. My daughter attends Tulane so they sent us stuff about celebrating Shakespeare’s 400th birthday, and there was a link to your poem. While I don’t understand all your associations to NO, ’cause I’ve only visited a few times, I understood many and more importantly get the spirit of your poem and think you are a great poet, and clearly a great poet of and for NO. So thank you for being the (a) voice of the true NO, the underbelly and the upperbelly. Well done.

    1. Gian Smith says:

      Thank you so much Ken. I take great pride in being able to speak on behalf of New Orleans so it means a lot to know that I represent us well. Your daughter is a wise person. Tulane is a great choice. Must have pretty smart parents 😉

      1. Ken Benau says:

        Just a quick reply before I meet with my next client… I’m a psychologist and psychotherapist. My daughter fell in love with Tulane, but she ALSO fell in love with New Orleans (as did her parents, who followed suit). So smart genes all around, I suppose ;))

  2. Ken Benau says:

    Just heard “Rolling Hills of Green and a White Picket Fence Called the American Dream”. Now I’m a true fan. Would you mind running for president? I’d be happy to contribute to your campaign. I’m guessing some other folks would too.

    1. Gian Smith says:

      Lol… Thanks. I’m not sure I’m the guy for that. But if the net guy needs a poetic translator I’m in!

      1. Ken Benau says:

        I think artists and poets would make way better presidents than politicians and lawyers, as evidenced by Vaclav Havel in the Czech Republic. But I accept you’re not ready to change professions… so I’ll live with “poetic translator-in-chief” ;))

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