Introducing MUSE

Introducing MUSE

Welcome to MUSE, where you will find writings, designs and artwork that document all the things I think about, and all the ways I explore them. To begin I’ll post groupings of my work organized by an idea or theme.  Most of the writings are longer than the usual blog post and enhanced by each other, so I want to give you time and space to read and reflect, without new posts piling up. Think of MUSE as a magazine, that you sit down with once a week or so.

In the future I’ll include the work of other writers and thinkers to open even richer conversations. Enjoy!

I am grateful for the good friends and colleagues who inspired, guided, and encouraged me, and for those who helped me build MUSE.  Unending love and thanks to Bruce Wujcik, and special thanks to Britt Anderson, Kathleen O’Neill, Britt Anderson, Iris Flamm, Stephanie Spaulding, Laura Hurwitz, and Silas Mullins. MUSE would not be without your contributions and generosity.

 


 

Etymologies

Etymologies

 
  a muse                       MUSE                    muse um

[[ ME musen < OFr muser, to ponder, loiter, originally (?) to stand with muzzle in the air < ML * musare < musum (> OFr musel), snout, MUZZLE ]]

to think deeply and at length;

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