Tag Archives: #Black Lives Matter

Demise of Mental-Rational Ontology

It never ceases to amaze to me to see how connections in this world are made, how, in the words of Michael McClure: “We swirl out what we are and watch what returns.” Case in point, a lodger coming to the … Continue reading

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Colleen McElroy Interview

When I attended Colleen McElroy’s reading at the Columbia City Gallery on April 8th, I was stunned by the precise imagery (delivered 75 years after the events chronicled), the depth of disclosure and the complete lack of sentimentality. I’ve said … Continue reading

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Practicing Breath and Outside

Watching the posts and the likes and the ads float by on Facebook is fascinating to me and I check in a few times a day. I can do a Google search for something like DIVORCE or CALIFORNIA TRAFFIC TICKET … Continue reading

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