Tag Archives: Henry Van Dyke

Erasure Time


I’ve been erasing again. I am back on the Henry Van Dyke project pretty much every day, working steadily while also shaping the final projects in a short collection that began as my MFA thesis. On the whole, I have decided the … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Henry: New Erasures (2)


(Note: Scroll to the end of this brief blog post to view the three new erasures.)____________________________________________________________________ “This is primarily religious material,” said Henry to the poet painting over him. Henry, my friend, I am not without spiritual interests. Try to listen … Continue reading

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New Erasures


When a blog format changes, it’s something like coming home to find your partner has traded the dog for a kangaroo. No, I’m off on that. Dogs and kangaroos are more similar than the old gallery format and the new gallery … Continue reading

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A Meeting on the Road


        Look down from these tranquil heights of Jebel Osha, above the noiseful, squalid little city of Es Salt, and you see what Moses saw when he climbed Mount Pisgah and looked upon the Promised Land which he was never … Continue reading

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