Kick off Fall with a Party

I like to celebrate things, including the start of a new season. And Fall begins tomorrow. I’d recently reconnected with my ninth grade English teacher online when I told her that I read a book by a poet: Louise Glück whom she’d recommended to me years ago and thanked her. She asked me if I…… Continue reading Kick off Fall with a Party

Three Memorable Poetry Books and a Lasting Thought

I am replacing yesterday’s post about my writing process with just the second half of it as I realized l wish to let my books stand on their own without much information on my intentions. And I added a new very short last paragraph. I am happy that the memorable books of poems I’ve read…… Continue reading Three Memorable Poetry Books and a Lasting Thought

A Post You Can Listen To

I am talking about my current writing project and the creative process, just under 20 mins, meant to be relaxing. 🙂 You can click the link below to listen to it on SoundCloud completely free. Just to clarify, after I remembered it was poetry month in April coming up, I also forgot awhile and realized…… Continue reading A Post You Can Listen To

A Village Life, A Book That Gently Nudged Me On

A picture to represent the feeling of this book. A few thoughts on form, nothing to spoil the excitement of reading. A Village Life, poems by Louise Glück, brings the reader into an unnamed Mediterranean town depicted through poems, which all contain a distinct voice that remains consistent throughout it, with a cool tone, and yet in certain…… Continue reading A Village Life, A Book That Gently Nudged Me On

Hi From The Library

Hi from the library. I have this book that was ready today and one I had planned to read and yet don’t exactly remember requesting from the library, but I know I wasn’t “sleep booking.”;)  See “Sleep Blogging, Sleep Talking.”Back to reading… Things that are free: the library, touch, the sky, the moon, the sun,…… Continue reading Hi From The Library