The first time I heard the phrase “Filling the Well” as it relates to creativity was in college. I was […]
Flynn, a large orange tabby, lying on a half-written letter with a paper fan between his paws.
I had the opportunity to present on the art of letter writing. During the quarantine this is how I’m doing most of my writing.
Dan Wells standing behind me holding a rusty cleaver
On the last day of the 2013 Writing Excuses retreat Dan took Rusty Cleaver, which he had found in a […]
I am so tired Weary Drifting into dejection into ennui to fog On little cat’s feet my mind tiptoes past […]
House number, 43
For me, the change to the new year as noted by the Gregorian calendar is a time when I start […]
The Song of Stars and Shadow
Part 2 1 2019 One good thing that came out of my unexpected change in my career trajectory, I got […]
This, surprisingly, is another post I am finding difficult to write. Is this what irony feels like? I came to […]
Happy New Year January 1st, the day of new beginnings, the day of resolutions, the day of tradition, the day […]
No words Images in letters feelings captured in familiar shapes Squashed and contorted flattened to be tethered to a page […]
Whelp, we have officially wasted half a year. Only six month remain to make what we want to out of […]
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