Archives: ‘Museion’

Alexandria Writer Publishes Third Novel

June 22nd, 2009 | [From: Museion]

It took 33 years for Alexandrian George Vercessi to finish his third novel “King of the Hill”. In it, the mob never had it so good. Gangsters finally have their man in the Oval Office, leaving no one to prevent hundreds of millions of stolen Social Security dollars from finding their way into a remote bank account in Arizona. And fooling everybody all of the time in Vercessi’s Washington is a simple task, since the year is 1961 and computers are easily manipulated and IT security is nonexistent. While not high art, the book is a reliable companion at the beach.


May 11th, 2009 | [From: Museion]

my dad and I
a worn path
stretches out
in front of us,
seeming almost

Alexandria Holds First Poem In Your Pocket Day

May 4th, 2009 | [From: Museion]

On April 30, more than a dozen poets and poetry lovers came to Market Square to share their own poetic creations and other favorite works. is pleased to share some of them.

Beach Grass Camp

April 26th, 2009 | [From: Museion]

The blue tarps stretch like butterfly wings
from the side of the white Datsun,
just in time for night to fall
and blanket us in dark velvet.

Sky is Sky

April 26th, 2009 | [From: Museion]

If I said the sky was green,
would it be green, I wonder?

And if you said the lawn was blue,
would it be blue,
to wander through?

Rocks and Haircuts

April 26th, 2009 | [From: Museion]

I gave my rocks a haircut today,
the silver blades of my scissors,
the ones with the pink handle,
flashed in the sun,
while the green hairs of grass
fell all around me in big soft piles.
Tomorrow the piles will be brown.