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We’ve had a stunning autumn — the maples in my neighborhood are a more intense gold and crimson than I’ve ever seen outside of New Hampshire. Sadly, today’s wind and rain will bring down the last of the leaves on … Continue reading
Good morning, Poetry Friday Peeps! Leave your links in the comments and the first roundup will be up around 8am!
Got up and started reading at 5:20 am. *** First Update: 5.5 hours *** Saga v. 1-4 by Vaughn/Staples (Rated R, SF, Hugo nominee) ★★★★☆ Thoroughly enjoyable SF-lite comic series. The humor and some of the characters (Lying Cat) make … Continue reading
It’s almost that time of year again… Need a break from your life? Have a TBR pile that is toppling over? Want to get your Hugo reading done in one go? Sign up for the 10th Annual Mother Reader 48 … Continue reading
Artist: Julie Dillon (also on Deviant Art) Learn More: Apex Magazine interview and another interview at the Little Red Reviewer. She also has a couple of posts where you see her artistic process. Having just spent two weeks digging a bog in my … Continue reading
At the corner of our house we have an area where it is difficult to divert the water away from he foundation in an attractive way. I’ve spend the last two weeks digging a dry creek bed (4″ deep, 12″ … Continue reading
I’m hosting Poetry Friday this week and I’m so excited. I’ve been so busy getting everyone settled into our new house I haven’t had a chance to do anything for myself so it will be so nice to visit with … Continue reading
When I faced down ‘androgynous’ in the first round of Poetry March Madness last year, I was sure that any word Ed threw at me this year would be easier. But I was wrong. This year I drew ‘bereft’. It’s … Continue reading
I GOT IN!!!!! I’m sure I’ll have more to say once I’ve stopped dancing around the house, celebrating.