So, y’all, it turns out that every July 20th is Take Your Poet to Work Day – a day in … More
some levity for this time.
I awakened in the late AM on my weird sleep schedule to the world on fire on Friday with abortion … More
this writing life.
Yesterday, after I published my post, I got this notification of a pretty exciting milestone from WordPress: 500 posts since … More
emily dickinson was a baker.
Growing up, whenever I was assigned to write a biographical report on a historical figure, I would always choose female … More
there goes my hero.
With the recent passing of Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters (a tremendous and heartbreaking loss), Ryan Bingham posted this beautiful, … More
for joan. 12.23.21.
I’ve known for some time that Joan Didion was in failing health and that she would probably leave us one … More
we tell ourselves stories in order to live. . .
This, one of my 62 “favorite” Joan Didion quotes, is inked on my left arm – and I’ve written before … More
Buckle up, buttercup. . .
Well, y’all, it’s 3:06 AM on Sunday and I’ve just submitted the first pass of assignments for my classes at … More
his story is more beautiful.
As I write to you, it has been a hectic day, trying to finish some writing work and set up … More
the blue nights and the heavy things.
Like many female writers my age, I adore Joan Didion. I don’t remember a world without her in it. Pictured … More