At last, I was here
I stared at his monument in awe, flushed and a little woozy, thinking about how much this long-haired, leather-clad icon has meant to me over the years. The makeshift gate at Père … Continue reading >>
What footwear do think the most fashionable Parisians are wearing? Designer heels? Classy pumps? Chic flats? Anything in black?
To my surprise, Converse and similar retro-style sneakers were by far … Continue reading >>
I first learned of his strangely bizarre prose poems from poet Stephen Dunn in a workshop at Cranbrook in Michigan. Dunn said that Edson's book, THE TUNNEL: Selected Poems, was all … Continue reading >>
My ninety-one year old mother is a spunky, lifelong baseball fan. Thelma grew up in Cleveland, and she was in the stadium, cheering wildly, when the Indians won the world series in 1948. At one time, … Continue reading >>
Are you a writer in need of motivation? How's this: Writing is like a disease. It may go into remission, but it never leaves you.
Apologies for the somewhat negative analogy. I had taken a long … Continue reading >>
I found a funny post on Buzzfeed of 10 Things Writers Are Tired Of Hearing.
"You’re tired from waking up early (or staying up late) to work on your novel or your poems or your book of essays. But … Continue reading >>