‘Princess’

Trinity Rose James will not be denied her date with destiny.

Rosamond Press

Edith Sedgwick had a nickname – “Princess”

I read ‘Edie’ in 1982, the year it was published. I saw the parallels to the Rosamond family that grew up in Ventura by the Sea. The Rosamond and Sedgwick families have been plagued by mental illness and suicide. Since my sister’s death in 1994 I have been disqualified from owning any part of Rosamond’s artistic legacy, because I am mentally ill. So was Christine whose 270 page autobiography was excluded from the fake biography because her writings are “the ideations of a woman who was not well”

Who said folks don’t want to read the crazy stuff a world famous artist pens? Who? I want a name!

For ten years I have been authoring my story titled ‘Capturing Beauty’. Warhol wove a web that captured Edie. He put her in his lofty labyrinth and watched his butterfly, wither. The web I weave…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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