Monthly Archives: December 2016
Dear Readers: I will not be posting for about one week. I am going to be in Mendocino, California, spending time with family and friends.
A Poem for Today “Global Warming” By Jane Hirshfield When his ship first came to Australia, Cook wrote, the natives continued fishing, without looking up. Unable, it seems, to fear what was too large to be comprehended Art for December … Continue reading
Musings in December: J. Richard Singleton “I love Las Vegas because it’s the one city less classy than Los Angeles.” Art in December – Part I of III: Stacy D’Aguiar Below – “Origin” A Poem for Today From “Fresh Oil … Continue reading
Musings in December: A.S. Byatt “But if you write a version of Ragnarok in the twenty-first century, it is haunted by the imagining of a different end of things. We are a species of animal which is bringing about the … Continue reading
Musings in December: John F. Kennedy “I look forward to an America which will not be afraid of grace and beauty.” Art for December – Part I of IV: Adam Matano Below – “Wild Dog” (bronze, resin) Art for December … Continue reading
Musings in December: Laura Adams Armer “He could tell by the way animals walked that they were keeping time to some kind of music. Maybe it was the song in their own hearts that they walked to.” Art for December … Continue reading