Issue #25 – Reprise

Issue #25 – Reprise

This week in MUSE – Reprise

2019 has been rich in family, friends, gatherings, celebrations, discoveries, and work. This week in MUSE I’ve reprised the past year’s writings and artwork in five new collections, to showcase different, and deeper understandings. Enjoy them again, or for the first time.


CONTENTS:
Place
Looking Closely
Con Mucho Gusto
People
Making


NEWS & NOTES:

All credit to my fabulous technical team – the one and only Bruce Wujcik.

Happy Holidays!

Cover art:
Snowflake pattern – digital image from Dreamtime.com


 

Place

Place

Boundaries

Issue #6 – In The Field

The clouds are low and long and perpetual, tufted and thick as down. It will snow soon and for a good while. This is welcome news, for even though we are breaking trail, the sleds want a good base. It is cold too, well below well-below zero, and that is good for the dogs, who are lethargic in more temperate climes.

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Looking Closely

Looking Closely

Unforgotten

Issue #18 – Faulkner

I am attending a new seminar with Mark Scarbrough, this time up in Salisbury Connecticut, a town in the northwest corner of the state. The ride is another half hour beyond Washington (where we read Emily Dickinson with him), and not all of it as pleasantly rural as Route 63, but two hours with Mark is worth the roundtrip, in time and environs.

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People

People

Searching, Searching, Searching,

Issue #19 – Connections

It happened again. Out of the blue, I heard from a friend who had been gone from my life for decades. Pam and I lived in the same neighborhood from the third grade through high school, and had been friends for most of that time. She and I attended the local Catholic church and requisite catechism classes, so we were stitched together more tightly than other,

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Making

Making

Resonance
(excerpt)

Issue #18 – Faulkner

I am spinning, floating, suspended after Mark’s two lectures on If I Forget Thee O Jerusalem, while all of life conspires to conflate and converse and heckle and cheer. Mark has added many layers of understanding to my read of the book – the whole of Faulkner’s work, really –

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