Monthly Archives: August 2021

Join us virtually tonight, Friday

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Cape Cod

Many New Englanders journey to Cape Cod during the summer. There are small hidden coves, wide expanses of sand dunes and wild seas,  and favorite sea side accomodations from funky cottages, tents, to upscale condos.  When I was young the … Continue reading

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Join me tonight for a virtual reading from the Issue 4 Prospectus

Prospectus Journal will hold an open mic tonight on August 27, this Friday at 7pm EDT . This is a free Zoom event and everyone is invited to listen.  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/prospectus-end-of-summer-open-mic-tickets-167819126525. Tickets are free, but you still must register to be … Continue reading

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Summer

This is the second summer that I haven’t gone to visit the Maine coast, and I’m sure many of you are also not traveling much yet, either. So I share this poem with you, written two years ago, when I … Continue reading

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The Five and Dime

Yesterday the news spread of Nanci Griffith’s passing on Friday. There’s nothing I can say about Nanci- her writing, her musicianship, her creativity, her way of arranging notes of sound to elicit feeling and memory. When my daughter was young … Continue reading

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