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gayle-hansen's picture
Sep.18.2008
In her RedRoom Blog posting on September 15, 2008http://www.redroom.com/blog/susan-browne/missive-crescent-city#comment-10908Susan Browne wrote “Elk Crossing sign!  Are they kidding?  But I slowed down.  And then I saw an elk.  What a grand creature, pacing elegantly across the lawn of someone's...
sue-glasco's picture
Sep.17.2008
   Traveling north on highways through eastern Georgia, we stopped at a roadside stand of an orchard owner for directions, a bag of apples, and a jar of sugarless Muscatine jelly, which has added the sweet grape flavor to our breakfast toast here at Woodsong. I also couldn’t resist a paper bag of...
marilyn-kallet's picture
Sep.15.2008
I have a new book coming out this January, Packing Light: New and Selected Poems (Black Widow Press).   And I have contracted to do several out of town readings.   Some of them are paid readings.   Others I'm just doing to get the book out into the world.   I wonder how other writers manage this--...
lynn-ruth-miller's picture
Sep.08.2008
SO YOU WANT TO BE PART OF THE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL You have a great show that you love. Perhaps it is a one person show (the kind I always do) or maybe you are part of a terrific, dynamic group that does top notch drama, a musical or sketch comedy. All your friends rave about the production...
marva-marrow's picture
Aug.29.2008
For almost as long as I can remember, music has played a starring role in my life. When I was six years old, I was writing simple melodies on an old, dignified upright piano which one day appeared in our basement rec room. How and why it got there, I don't recall -- although I do remember watching...
marilyn-kallet's picture
Aug.23.2008
Join me for a workshop in "Deep France" (non-touristy) Auvillar, where we will explore the senses through our poetry, and enjoy an adventure in good eating, delicious wine, walks through ancient landscapes.   The sensory delights feed the poetry and poetry gives back to readers a richer...
farzana-versey's picture
Aug.22.2008
I am fascinated and afraid of bridges. A couple of years ago, I had spent some time in the San Jose area and finally shacked up in Los Gatos. One day as I finally decided to take a walk around my apartment block, I realised I had not seen much of the environs at all. As I kept walking, I came upon...
alexis-cabel's picture
Aug.22.2008
A dad who regularly tours Hong Kong, loves his daughter and is enthusiastic of two top Asian film genre, namely martial arts and kaiju (giant monsters), shares his views on which theme park is better, Hong Kong Ocean Park or Hong Kong Disneyland. Please click on the link to read my article:...
angela-k-nickerson's picture
Aug.18.2008
For the last two weeks I've been blogging about Ireland. If you missed it, here's a list of the parts: Part One: Just Go! To Ireland Part Two: Just Go! But Take Yer Time at the Roundabouts Part Three: Just Go! But Hug the Center Line Part Four: Just Go! But No Speeding. Mortuary. Part...
angela-k-nickerson's picture
Aug.14.2008
This is the last part in a series that began here.   Drive on the Left! (part 6) Dysert O’Dea is a beautiful little medieval castle with a museum inside, but the bigger attraction for me was the falling down Romanesque church. The ground floor of the castle is now a little tearoom. I sat and...