Last Sunday I met with a few writers online and in the studio for another session of Study Hall: #AmWriting. I’m still early into this venture, so each time we meet there’s another tech issue to consider, maybe something with …
The other night I watched Bridges of Madison County for no good reason. Other than the fact that I remember it being one of my mother’s favorite movies. And maybe it’s because we’re coming up on Mother’s Day or the …
“How seldom you recognize the start of things.” ~ Fetzer in Parts Per Million by Julia Stoops It’s true, hindsight is 20/20, that life moves along a trajectory of cause and effect, and that history often repeats itself. We witness as …
Some people go to priests; others to poetry; I to my friends. ~ Virginia Woolf For this edition of the Remington Roundup, there are no priests (sorry), but there’s definitely poetry and places to hang with your writing and revising …
I’m a list maker. Notebooks full. To-Do’s for writing, for work, for home. Finish reading this, fill out the form for that, clean and prep and buy a basket of candy. I break my list into columns, underline and circle …
A host of bluffs and relict pines, / man’s contour farms, historic mines / are found throughout the Driftless Lands / some made by God, some, human hands. ~ from “Driftless Area” in Perspectives of Nature by Paul Košir Spring has officially …
The day job, kids’ activities, that book I long to read, an evening to binge on my favorite TV show, some days just a fear of failure. Reasons vary but the effect is always the same: it can be difficult …
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