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Chromosaturacion, Green Cubicle, by Carlos Cruz-Diez at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, July 2011.

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9 Responses to vertical lines

  1. Becky says:

    Ohhh, I love this.

  2. Robert Edler says:

    Great picture! But now I know why green is my least favorite color — except when it’s on money.

  3. Bob Stalder says:

    I’m giddy today–my last Eau Claire book came in and it’s about Nicky! I read the 3 Fortunes one this week and why didn’t Phillip pick ____ instead of _____? Are you and Becky planning a book about Chad? Can you tell I’m a little obsessed with Chad? It must be the Verticle Lines. I used to have fondue pot that color.

  4. Bob Stalder says:

    OMG I started crying when I read about Gretchen. I have brother issues and two of my best friends (male) are straight. This is a great book, Tim. I’ve read them all in such a short period of time, that I’m getting to sense which passages Becky writes. ;)
    Thank you both and the mystery man in California. I will be processing this for a few days. I’ll stop stalking you for a while, but let me know when the next book comes out.

    • I’m glad you’ve enjoyed the books, Bob. =)

    • Becky says:

      You might be surprised, Bob. Sometimes even we can’t remember which parts I wrote. =)

      Thank you for all your kind comments about the books.

      • Bob Stalder says:

        Never fear, Becky. I can find your writing. In the last book, when Roberto is holding Nick and the lady says, “Don’t you hurt him” and Roberto says something like I’d sooner rip my heart out…that is pure Becky Cochrane…
        I cannot wait for your next book. I’m planning to read your coventry books next.

        • Becky says:

          I hope you enjoy the Coventry books if you read them.

          The scene you’re referencing is one Jim and I both worked on. =)

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