Are you an artist? A creative? A writer, poet, photographer?
Do you want to expand your reach?
It’s as simple as purchasing an advertising option from us.
You get a showcase with your best artworks, and an interview/artist statement.
Also, links to your blog and social media platforms will be included in the promotional post.
Advertise with irevuo.
One week ” sticky” post: a showcase of your visual art, or an interview with you about your art. A review of your self-published book.
The article will be kept at the top of the website for an entire week. Social media links will be provided, or links to Amazon.com pages, blogs, or any webpages of the client’s choosing.
Perry: Talking money…
Harry: A talking monkey?
Perry: Talking monkey, yeah, yeah. Came here from the future, ugly sucker, only says “ficus.”
Even though he had his fair share of problems, including a nasty drug addiction, Robert Downey, Jr. – a very controversial actor – succeeded to overcome it all and make a great comeback by playing in low budget movies such as A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints or Good Night, and Good Luck. Movies in which his performance was top notch. Continue reading Movie Review: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Finding Forrester (2000)
In a way, I just couldn’t start with any other movie, simply because Finding Forrester was so cute and sweet and sincere that I almost cried at the end.
Starring Sean Connery and his manly voice in the role of William Forrester, a very successful and yet reclusive writer, this movie actually has some pretty good advice on writing. Continue reading The Best Movies about Writers
Censorship. Probably the most hated word by creative individuals. Books have always been used by the oppressed as a means to fight the oppressor. Also, books have always been the weapon of choice for those who had an opinion different than that shared by the vast majority. But all this also meant that lot of books have been banned throughout history.
Here’s a list of famously banned books. Continue reading Famously Banned Books
“Passion has little to do with euphoria and everything to do with patience. It is not about feeling good. It is about endurance. Like patience, passion comes from the same Latin root: pati. It does not mean to flow with exuberance. It means to suffer.” — Mark Z. Danielewski
I first started writing fourteen years ago. I thought it would be easy. I didn’t like to read, but I did like to imagine.
For a long time it was a lot easier to imagine than to write.
Passion as a feeling carried me at all kinds of ceremonies and book signings and stuff. It was all so clear. I was going to become rich and famous and my words would change the world.
Exactly. Continue reading pas-sion
George Bellows was an American realist painter, known for his depictions of urban life in New York City. Continue reading Showcase: George Bellows
Those who know me personally know that I am obsessed with Ancient Rome. So, yeah, here’s a showcase of some of the best Romans could do with what they had at the time. In terms of art.
As they say, when in Rome…
Continue reading Showcase: Ancient Roman Art