K. Zung

"puppet queen"
(REAL NAME)
 
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Location: Graham Crackers, NC
In My Own Words:
I'm a baker, scrawler, bookworm, dreamer, tour-guide, tipster, hand-washer, monkey-trainer. When not reading as much as humanly possible, I make puppets for a living, and try to stay OUT of trouble. I know how hard it is to shop for the girl who doesn't want anything... Love, KZ
 

Reviews

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When I Was Cruel ~ Elvis Costello
When I Was Cruel ~ Elvis Costello
One of the greatest lyricists of our time, Costello continues to challenge the listener with articulate lines that stick out from each of his albums. On this one, it's "she slaps your face like a tambourine..." This timeless album does not disappoint lyrically, or musically.
If you worried that Elvis had wandered far ever since the Brodsky Quartet collaboration, fear not. "When I Was Cruel" proves in every song that E.C. never went away at all. He was just compiling material for us. Bringing back sounds from "Imperial Bedroom" and "Spike", "All This Useless Beauty" and "Mighty Like A Rose", his new album places you in… Read more
Cakewalk: Adventures in Sugar with Margaret Braun by Magaret Braun
5.0 out of 5 stars YES, You Can!!!, May 12 2002
I did it, and so can you. Right down to going to the fabulous New York Cake and Bakery Dist. store in NYC, I followed all her easy instructions. The pearlized, powder for painting the icing made my cake shimmer like nothing I'd created before. People gave me compliments on a party cake I made for 3 days straight! I felt almost guilty for plagarizing, but Margaret Braun shares her secrets with such generosity! Reading more like a diary than a cookbook, "Cakewalk..." is a love letter from her to the cake decorating enthusiast. If you are ready to take your art one step further, then this inspiring book is absolutely for you.
King Ink Ii by Nick Cave
King Ink Ii by Nick Cave
There is the beautiful book cover in purple, there are the lyrics printed in verse format...but mostly , there are the scrawling, handwritten notations of a [pick your adjective]
madman/poet/devout/philosopher/philanderer.
And the drawings Nick Cave makes...oh my, he seems to be at war with himself and that is Really interesting. You will enjoy seeing different lyric versions, and his writing in progress as things get crossed out and then re-written. This book is definitely a must have for the Nick Cave devotee.