Monthly Archives: March 2012

Adrienne Rich — Poetry Friday

I first read Adrienne Rich in college; my well-worn copy of The Fact of a Doorframe has many scraps of paper and folded-over pages marking favorite poems. If you’re not familiar with Adrienne Rich or her writing, the New Yorker … Continue reading

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This is a little composition experiment I painted as I’m thinking through this month’s journal quilt… (I know… only days to go in March and I’m still in the planning phase… but I have a really, really, really good excuse … Continue reading

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As part of Ed’s Poetry March Madness I wrote an 8 line kids’ poem that used the word ‘androgynous.’ It was a pretty tough word so I spent a lot of time staring at the ceiling, walking in circles, and … Continue reading

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Review: The Plagiarist

The Plagiarist by Hugh Howey My rating: 4 of 5 stars tl;dr: Buy it right now, make yourself a cup of tea, and enjoy. After reading this novella, I immediately bought all 5 books of Hugh’s “Wool” series. Full Review: … Continue reading

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Humor — Poetry Friday

My right arm is out of commission for two weeks thanks to a ski accident so I am bored and frustrated this week — I’m not supposed to write, type, draw, quilt, or even pick up a cup of coffee. … Continue reading

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WIP Wednesday: February Journal Quilt

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Snow! Snow! Snow! – Poetry Friday

The last day of February finally brought the first magical snowfall of the season. Beautiful, fluffy snow everywhere. (And then rained on top of the snow. But let’s ignore the rain and focus on the snow.) My kids got a … Continue reading

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