Monthly Archives: April 2016

Cancer Sucks and Is Mean As Shit

Anthropomorphising cancer?  Right now it’s working for me.  The world lost a beautiful young woman today, way way too young.  She had a beautiful family, a wonderful husband, an adorable one year old daughter.  She lived less than a year … Continue reading

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A Blessed Place

It’s coming up on eight years since I started writing the memoir that’s been occupying most of my writing attention for the past three months.  What started in the summer of 2008 as a book I decided I was only going … Continue reading

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Where Is the Outrage?

Yesterday afternoon I sat on the porch and began a draft of a blog post about the writing I’ve been engaged in for the last couple of months.  “Deep In” to another revision of my memoir, I’m excited because the … Continue reading

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What I See

A friend once said “your poems are like photographs.”  What I see goes in to words, translated through what I think, how I sort language to get the image I want on paper. Now I’m trying it without words.  And … Continue reading

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