Tag Archives: books

Early Summer Morning

As a thunderstorm approaches from the west, I listen to various bird calls such as the robin and oriole. As more lightning flashes across rooftops, and the thunder becomes more immediate, their calls quiet. Soon, the soundscape is replaced by heavy raindrops blanketing streets, patios, and window screens with water. Further plunged into the storm, […]
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New Books on the Shelf

Received a great package from Amazon today. The latest collection of poems from D. Nurkse, “A Night in Brooklyn”, and “Airmail”, the letters of Robert Bly and Tomas Transtromer. Mr. Nurkse was part my shift to a more concise and efficient writing style, that also assists tremendously in the editing process. I have read six […]
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Going Old School

The book signing today was at a Barnes and Noble. The very first thing we noticed when walking into the doors was the smell. Not a bad smell at all, but something we have lost in the digital and ebook age. The smell of books. The smell of paper and ink. There is something special […]
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