Reviews of the weather, books and other distractions Winter feels interminable this year. When doesn’t it? AI generated art by me, above. I’ve allowed myself to be a reader, not a reviser. My memoir is languishing, jostling the bits and bytes in my Macbook, sending up summer popsicle smells and unease. Mispellings in my emails […]
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Learning our craft through community. Finding ourselves inspired by workshops, craft lessons. Writer’s inspiration grows in diverse environments. Lighthouse LitFest 2021.
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What the Dead Say: A memoir of life after death Excerpt: Paranormal circus Before I could stop myself I said, “Ha! Paranormal circus for you, huh?” to the owner, as she was checking my daughter out. “What?” “No one has said anything about the guy in the back? He doesn’t bug you?” “What guy?” I’d flustered […]
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When you find your voice you find your power. Learn how creating art creates new choices for trauma survivors to express joy and their inner creativity.
Read More Song: Selfish as a Sphinx
82,404 The latest count of infected here on this land of plenty Times two—one hundred sixty-four, eight hundred and eight. This many lungs pulling fur in the sac instead of air, we pant for hours, we gulp in infected skies The rest of us hold our breath—the spores in the air in flown sputum from careless […]
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Join me March 6 in Manitou Springs Colorado for an art opening at Commonwheel –Responding to Climate Change
Read More Climate Change: Poems for Gaia- Chapbook Launch
Today I sit at my desk with emails answered. I have incredible peace of mind. Why? I finally decided to eat a healthy breakfast! Up at five this morning, it was dark and 6 degrees Farenheit. I couldn’t see Pikes Peak out of my window. I first tackled the dishes from my marathon meal prep […]
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Please join me on October 19 as costumed revelers in our very own, gritty, grimy rock n’ roll circus. Based on my chapbook of the same name, Rock and Roll Hootchy Koo follows a young artist as her lives intersect with the songs of rock-poets like Lorde, Jim Morrison, Morrissey, Leonard Cohen, PJ Harvey, Bjork, […]
Read More ArtPop 2019: October 19
Talk about accountability! I personally hate the subject. Nonetheless, I understand it is helpful for undisciplined, creative fuckarounds like me. Therefore: I thought I’d keep everyone posted on my submittable … Continue reading Work(s) In Progress
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