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South and West, Joan Didion

I've finished reading "South and West: From a Notebook" by Joan Didion. At one hundred and twenty-six pages, this was a quick read. If you've been following along you've probably gathered that I've become a fan of Joan Didion's writing. I am familiar with her cadence, her style. I often refer to her as "Saint… Continue reading South and West, Joan Didion

2019, a moment, food for thought, Getting Organized, Grace, heart, limitless, notebooks, Observations, on being a writer, On Writing, perspective, poem, Poetess, Poetry, prose, Writer, writing

As Long As It Matters

How many poems constitutes "a lot" of poems? Sometime last year I began trying to wrangle my poems into some kind of order, all my poems. All. This was a fairly simple task up to the year 2011. In the final months of 2008, as previously stated at one time or another, I burned a… Continue reading As Long As It Matters