Vanity Fair, You didn’t expect to see that here did you?

Vanity Fair had a word to say about Marideth Sisco. At first I thought it was surely because of the amazing and beautiful jacket she wore to the Spirit Awards just before the Oscars this past February. But it was really in reference to her lovely voice. They missed an opportunity to showcase the great handmade jacket  by Janet Redford.

The March 2011 issue of Vanity Fair’s “The One and Only Hollywood Issue” published a succinct article with the lead line of “Of note, on-screen: … Additional standouts from movies this past year include … , Marideth Sisco’s Ozark mountain songs in Winter’s Bone …”

Page 150 for those wanting to read the article in its entirety.

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About yarnspinnerpress

Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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2 Responses to Vanity Fair, You didn’t expect to see that here did you?

  1. Margaret Underwood says:

    I will buy the March Vanity Fair magazine if it has more than just the blurb above.

    I hope your mugwumps and racking cough have left you alone. No wonder you didn’t feel like fooling with the fire when you were lamenting.

    Be good to yourself.


    • yarnspinnerpress says:

      A belated Howdy. I’m much better now. And it really was just a mention in the mag. But I was flattered for about a minute. I guess I’d better get better at taking care of myself. Jonathan just gave Sarah the nod to get mean when I wander off in search of pie. God, that sounds kinky, doesn’t it. If only. The closest I come to excitement these days is an undressed salad. I mean, I get it that they’re trying to keep me alive, but Jeez-o-pete.

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