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  • The name Chiaroscuro is an Italian art term meaning the contrast between light and dark.

    Chiaroscuro

  • Matthew Sanborn Smith is a speculative fiction writer whose work has appeared in Chiaroscuro, Albedo One and Challenging Destinies.

    MIND MELD: SciFi TV Shows That Deserve A Remake (with Videos)

  • Matthew Sanborn Smith is a science fiction and fantasy writer whose work has appeared in Chiaroscuro, Challenging Destiny and Albedo One.

    MIND MELD: Which SF/F Books Have The Best and Worst Endings?

  • Oh - and this: My very first book review for Chiaroscuro is up and alive.

    May 1st, 2006

  • Udhagamandalam: In a bid to promote art in the Nilgiris district in general and Kotagiri and surroundings in particular, an Art Gallery called Chiaroscuro Gallery was opened at Kotagiri on Sunday.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Despereaux's anti-hero-hero friend the rat, who is "Chiaroscuro" in the book and "Roscuro" as in a 4 year-old canpronounce that, but not the other, I guess in the film, and the rather hideously-drawn serving girl Miggery Sow are less-than-perfect and uncute characters who are in the end, redeemed in a satisfying, and not totally-unrealistic fashion.

    December 2008

  • I already had a story "Chiaroscuro" from William Relling, Jr., that I thought would make a good lead.

    A Conversation with John Benson

  • Mr. Towner and Mr. Fresu revisited most of the songs from "Chiaroscuro," including the title track, with its delicate intimation of Brazilian choro rhythm.

    NYT > Home Page

  • His new ECM album, "Chiaroscuro," pairs him with the trumpeter Paolo Fresu, whom he met at a festival in Sardinia, Mr. Fresu's native turf, some 15 years ago.

    NYT > Home Page

  • (Tactus), "Suite en duo" with flutist Claudio Ferrarini (Philips) and "Chiaroscuro" (Amadeus Arte) where Flora presents her compositions for the first time.

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  • “A student’s lamp threw a soft light on the table, leaving the rest of the room in chiaroscuro.” - Henry Miller, Plexus

    March 26, 2010