I have been “researching”† other writer’s web pages. And everything that could be wrong with mine, is. Starting with whine-blogging. Oh yes, if you are like me and blog as if you are making journal entries, you may notice that it’s all gotta change that’s where the dust comes in apparently watch my dust … More Watch my dust (slow, slow dust)
SEYTON The queen, my lord, is dead. MACBETH She should have died hereafter; There would have been a time for such a word. To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time, And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty … More Life’s but a walking shadow (from Macbeth
As irregularly as I update my blog here, you might not have realized I was gone… but the past few months my domain disappeared in a miasma of my-faults and not-my-faults. It sometimes happens that I can’t afford to renew my domain and don’t feel up to crowdfunding, begging or even admitting there’s a problem. … More OMG I missed you!
50 x 50 is the brainchild and project(s) of activist and poet G.L. Morrison. With my 50th birthday approaching (and my unpredictable/inconvenient health), I wondered what my legacy would be. So many ideas to support and improve the world, myself, other artists, writers and activists. Continually people have told me “You think too big. Scale … More 50 by 50: life=art=revolution
Very pleased to be featured at Sundress. The Sundress Blog Do Houses Dream Do houses dream? Do the cupboards dream of chasing broken dishes and lost teacups and twitch like sleeping dogs? Do they dream the cereal boxes full again? Is that sometimes sound, the slow night-creaking of walls, the house muttering in its sleep? … More The Wardrobe’s Best Dressed: G.L. Morrison’s “Chiaroscuro Kisses”
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By Laura Zats ? I don’t know if you know this, but I’m super into representing, reading, and advocating for diverse books. It may be the blatant request in my representative categories, my tweets on #MSWL, or the content of the blogs or classes I teach, but it’s pretty…
I was presented with the following twitter challenge. A literary magazine invited me by name to submit. I don’t know whether to be flattered or bemused by their recruitment strategy. (Was my name pulled by random from a hat of poets?) But it effectively drew my attention. Rattle Magazine @RattleMag Publishing #poetry you can actually … More #FavPo: If China
Tonight the dealer is you. Which of these images would you prefer to see as a book cover?
If you’re a fan of lesbian writers (and I am!) it’s a party with a celebrity guest list. If you’re a writer (that too!) it’s an opportunity to network, to swap tips, conversation and spit (wait no, that’s a different party) with your sheroes. … More Lesbianic Authors in Portland OR July 9-13
“When I try to describe myself to God I say, ‘Lord, remember me? Black? Female? Six-foot tall? The writer?’ And I almost always get God’s attention.” –Maya Angelou I woke up this morning to the news that Maya Angelou was dead. As ever when someone dies, I am torn between hungers: what to write? To … More Maya Angelou, rest in peace and STILL RISE forever