Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Poem for Solstice


I always find Solstice oddly bittersweet. I rest into the dark, have myself a long and shadowy dream time, and when the light begins to call with news of pending industriousness? I can’t help but look back. No one expresses this better … Continue reading

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Meto-News Addendum


Isn’t that always the way? Post news, get news. So, three things: 1. Recently, I enjoyed the opportunity to interview a wonderful writer (and all around friendly person), Julia Strayer, for Smokelong Quarterly, a fabulous online journal with great taste in material and … Continue reading

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Meto-News for 12-14: Good Stuff to Click


So here’s a rundown of cool stuff, linked and highly clickable: Volume XXVII.2 of The Concho River Review has arrived. I’m particularly proud of this piece appearing in this journal. Angelo State University, Concho River’s sponsoring institution, is kind of in … Continue reading

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