This is another edition of “what to do when self-isolating during the plague.” Today I’m focusing on casual art history and poetry education.
Every day I spend shaking in this shellI get closer to the holywatching my own kindnesses and foibleswhat pains lead me toward humanityand what pains simply drain the self away. Every poem I write is a song for the end of the worldbut I’ve never been good at endingsjust noticing and forgettingand I’m getting worseContinue reading “Art will keep us whole”
From non-fiction to poetry to trashy romance, I thought I’d list some of the best books I’ve read this year. Future Perfect: A Skeptic’s Search for an Honest Mystic, by Victoria Loustalot I went on Goodreads to see how this book was categorized (memoir) and was surprised to see how poorly it was rated. ThisContinue reading “Favorite Books of 2019”