"I am the grammarian about whom your mother warned you."
Why are we always so amazed when bulbs start to grow, and trees start to bud in the spring? Do we always doubt that spring is really coming? Do we … Continue reading
This may be a little seasonally-challenged, but it put itself together so nicely I couldn’t refuse. The Triumph of the Moon October Sky The Dead Travel Fast This Side of … Continue reading
This is fun, let’s carry on with the book spine poetry. A Wizard of Earthsea Steering the Craft Islands of Storm: Sanctity Brought to you today via Ursula K. … Continue reading
Chris Galvin has been posting a number of these quite inspired mashups on her site, and it finally inspired me to give it a shot. Oddly, I seem to … Continue reading
April being National (or is it International?) Poetry Month, I thought I’d contribute something. Don’t panic, I’m no poet and I know it (oops), so I’m going to share a … Continue reading
I heard this on AllClassical.org this morning and wanted to share it. It’s the final movement of a larger work by Morten Lauridsen, based on the work of Rilke.
As you guys know, I like to celebrate writers’ birthdays. Usually the dates sneak up on me and I end up putting together a very short blog post about them … Continue reading
Here’s what blew in last night – literally – in about an hour. The way the wind was howling and rattling the house you’d think I lived on the Nebraska … Continue reading