I didn’t seek magic early this morning. The fog caught me. I walked in the fog a bit, toward the sound of a lone trumpet. A man sat on a pink crate with a sheaf of papers and a tarnished horn. His sound echoed over the bayou. I said Good Morning but didn’t take a…Continue reading January magic
This November, I am so grateful for my expanding writing community. Sitting (or standing) at my desk with the people I make up in my head delights me, but so does engaging with real people who are also exploring the ups and downs of the writing life. Not always easy for someone who would probably…Continue reading Attitude of gratitude
It’s October already? Here in New Orleans, it still feels like August, temps in the 90s with 70-90% humidity. Good weather for staying inside, reading and writing. I did get away to Percy Quin State Park for a personal weekend writing retreat, where the mornings were in the 70s and the sunsets were glorious. Over…Continue reading Big Chill 2019
In July, my family and I were honored to participate in the inaugural Parent Residency month at Elsewhere Studios. An interdisciplinary residency, Elsewhere is tucked in the tiny Colorado town of Paonia, overflowing with artistic inspiration and support. I was at a point in my writing where I needed to step outside of my work–and…Continue reading Residency review: Elsewhere Studios
Excited!! My July residency at Elsewhere Studios begins soon, and the whole family will be coming along! This is my–and Elsewhere’s–inaugural parent residency, so it will be a great adventure to discover where families and art intersect. Here’s a little description from Elsewhere about their plans for us in July: A LOOK AT THE MONTH…Continue reading Elsewhere Studios, here we come!