Monthly Archives: October 2014
Lows are in the 60s, and windows are open! We made it to the pumpkin patch yesterday and brought home some lovely pumpkins and gourds. Ready for autumn (Florida’s version, anyway). Advertisements
I have begun querying Be With Me, my novel/thesis/thing-I’ve-held-onto-for-way-too-long. Much like when I first started sending out short stories a couple years ago, I’m nervously checking and rechecking the query letter, agent’s email address, and the sample pages. I’ve received … Continue reading
Almond Blossom by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence : The Poetry Foundation.
After spending the summer watching World Cup and taking online education courses (I’ll review some of these MOOCs later), I returned to teaching in late-August. This year, I have a part-time schedule—and it works. I’m writing again, reading more, and … Continue reading