Guerrilla artists have long had fun transforming everyday objects and helping us see them in new ways. Guerrilla knitters are… Read more Did anyone ask the tree?
As a writer, I’m always looking at everything and asking myself, “why?” And then I often come up with an… Read more The ink blot test
Last summer, a group of friends (who happen to also be poets) gathered near the Maury River in Virginia for… Read more Writing Poetry (again)
We’ve had some warm days lately. I know. It’s like a tiny taste of spring in the middle of winter.… Read more Dear forsythia: It is January. That is all.
I went for a walk on the Saunders Trail in Charlottesville. It’s a beautiful trail that works its way up the… Read more Poison Ivy and other precious plants
Way back in March of 2016, scientists in the UK made the mistake of asking citizens to name their new… Read more Boaty McBoatface or Good Character Names
Late in the fall I came across this tree with just one lone red leaf still holding onto a branch,… Read more The last leaf holds on
Every year I make New Year’s Resolutions. I pledge to eat better, exercise more, etc. But I also revisit my writing… Read more Writing New Year’s Resolutions