Happy Rosh Hashana to all! It seems that autumn is really here. And it appears it will be a busy season.
Maternal Mitochondria’s Suminagashi & Poetry in the Railyard is up!
I look forward to teaching haiku in the Botanical Garden next Saturday. Then I’ll be heading for an artist-in-residency gig at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument in Nebraska. God willing and the creek don’t rise. (And hoping the federal government stays open).
So expect the blog back in action the last week in September with many updates. I’m always available at firstname.lastname@example.org. And always accepting work–musings, haiku, art, land art, quirky bits, essays, even already published poems and more. Thanks for reading!