Tag Archives: New Mexico
Lady of the lake of sorrows and penitence– How deep is your blue? Advertisements
Slideshow of our multi-media presentation of Nocturne Variations (Taos, NM, 8/12/17):
Is this what Adam and Eve felt like, outcasts in their own backyard? In this wasteland would you just screw and screw and screw, the desperate conjugation of the lonely and damned, trying to screw your way out of the … Continue reading
(In response to Tera Muskrat’s “Fiesta at the Siesta”) Homey fingerlock love & pop & play that blue fiddle, that funky music, brown & rightboy, know what ahm sayin–No, eh?–well what ahmn sayin is grace ten times over, 80-proof cuz … Continue reading
In the beginning, there were no words.
Bloggers, scribes, bibliophiles, word-warmers, and miscellaneous creative kin: In exchange for a free digital version of my new novel Raking the Dust, I am seeking honest reviews to be posted on Amazon, Goodreads, and one’s own blog/website. If interested, please … Continue reading
“Yet what I found most intriguing were not the facts themselves that constituted DJ’s stories, but the manner in which she had presented them. Her tone remained breezy and off-hand no matter what she was revealing: My favorite color … Continue reading
It was a beautiful night of love, laughter & literature. A trinity beyond and yet of words. Bliss-following is indeed a soul-golden route.