What is your calling?Read More
I am moving house. Well, apartment to house. Still renting, but I am spreading out, sort of.
Whenever I move I find stuff – lots of writing especially. I write a lot, but it doesn’t mean I type it, or file it properly, or share it.
The discipline is in the order, not the action for me. I don’t know when I wrote this, I suspect right before moving to Arizona, 2006/2007, while I was leaving my husband and living in a basement in Brooklyn.Read More
Hail Queen Poet Goddess Patti!
(photo credit: FERIAL)Read More
“This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender.” Pete Seeger’s BanjoRead More
spinning and spinning and spinning
photo: Holly TroyRead More
American. Circus. Hello.
Drawing: Alida StonebrakerRead More
Patti Smith is one of my favorite artists. She inspires me every time I hear her music or read her work or hear her speak. Sensitive, passionate soul.Read More
Patti Smith is . . .
Patti Smith – photographer Allan TannenbaumRead More
Patti Smith has a way of drawing in that open crown chakra energy and bringing it down to earth and expressing it through every chakra.Read More
This video was shared with me by a friend.
Do you have a creative activity that you do just for yourself? Is there one (or more) that you do for others?
Do you have a creative hero? If so, What does that person do that inspires you? Can you see yourself taking a hero’s journey?Read More
My own additions to this list, which I imagine will continue to grow: Elizabeth Warren, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, Margaret Atwood, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Emma Goldman, Isadora Duncan, Toni Morrison, Maya Stein, Rama Jyoti Vernon, and Sharon Gannon.Read More
Born on a Thursday Number Thirteen
Is it a risk for me to go to New York? I don’t think it’s any more risky than me staying here where I have not been able to break out of isolation for over two years. I think sticking around much longer where I barely have any connection is a bigger risk.Read More