Monthly Archives: January 2013
The Drunken Poets from Andy Knowlton on Vimeo. We should all start doing things like this!
Full Moon Silhouettes from Mark Gee on Vimeo. I stole this video from Claire’s Facebook page, but it’s so beautiful it’s worth stealing. Thanks, Claire.
Over miles, I scatter the ashes of someone once loved. You are wind and need – stay that way: Elusive, untouched but touch only me. I’ll let you linger against my skin just long enough to create one scar. Then … Continue reading
Yesterday, I made this fig, olive oil, sea salt challah bread. This was my first bread-making and other than some dough stretched a little too thin, I’m pretty proud of myself. It’s been raining for three days and the clouds … Continue reading
Friday night, Pat, a co-worker and I went to this place called The Vig (Uptown) – there’s soon-to-be one DOWNTOWN and also one in Arcadia noneofthisisimportant. And while we were minding our own business, drinking beers, eating smoked salmon with … Continue reading
I’m kind of at a crossroads – I know I need help with craft and form and I wonder how much of it I can do myself or if I can do any of it myself? I suppose there was … Continue reading
So I just got an email this morning from NewsPageDesigner – an international website that used to be run by SND (basically the Oscar committee of design) and this site is basically a place where designers from all over the … Continue reading
This weekend. Where do I even start with this weekend. I feel hungry and starving and full and alive. The city is such a nerve ending. We went to sleep and woke up on a different planet and a filthy … Continue reading
I’ve come back from the city like a wild animal. Hungry still, but only for the taste of it, not because I need it filling my body. It’s become obvious to me what I need to survive and I need … Continue reading