Monthly Archives: April 2017

I Went To the Strong Towns Summit and All I Got Was

Originally posted on IS THIS HEAVEN?:
Further indoctrination into Chuck Marohn’s cult of planning and designing financially solvent municipalities for actual human beings! And a very nice time hanging out with 200-ish of my new best friends in Tulsa, which has…

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A Crack in the Viewfinder?

Originally posted on Scribe Doll's Musings:
Last year, I was at the Easter Sunday service at Norwich Cathedral with a new acquaintance.  In the distance, I noticed a lady in the congregation whose face was very familiar.  “I think…

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RECAP: Self-Published to Bestseller! with Eva Lesko Natiello

Originally posted on The Writers Circle:
by Mally Becker After 81 rejections, self-published author Eva Lesko Natiello had had enough. It didn’t matter that self-publishing was unfamiliar territory. That was no excuse not to learn. And learn she did.  Since…

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Whimsy (Part II)

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Thank You Very Much, Mr. Ginsberg

Originally posted on Scrambled, Not Fried:
Allen Ginsberg was the reason I started writing poetry (almost 50 years ago). Finally, I think I’m getting pretty good at it. Thank you very much, Mr. Ginsberg. Twenty years ago today, Allen Ginsberg—author…

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Stinging Nettles

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
Have you ever been haunted by an image left untreated in a tale?  The one you know is lurking on the blank page after? I think of those brothers—by day swans, by night, men.…

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The Journey of a 1000 Miles (Part 2)…

Originally posted on nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings:
…starts with a single step. Continuing with the goal of walking 1000 miles throughout the year (once again, thank you Caroline C for the challenge), this pedometer geek did not slack off…

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