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IONTW – February 26, 2017

Skateboarding for a better world. I love the pictures of the girls with headscarves and boards. More card catalog awesomeness – officially neat handwriting! Be writer in residence! At a shopping mall. I don’t have to worry about PTA bake sales, … Continue reading

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IONTW – January 29, 2017

A wonderful story about the power of letters – as communication, for telling your story and making a connection – just a small part of the last administration, but the details say a great deal, and all add up to … Continue reading

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IONTW – November 27, 2016

A Knit Skeleton! And, if one is going to collect books, miniature is probably the way to go. Think of how many you could have without it taking over your whole house! Through Monday 11/28, Holiday Sale at Split Lip … Continue reading

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Don Emblen

The Iota rotating book show has featured the work of Don Emblen the last couple of weeks. It’s quite an inspiring cornucopia. I actually attended Santa Rosa Junior College, but was on a different trajectory at the time and never … Continue reading

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Write_Off

I didn’t do so well with the letter a day thing, but, by odd coincidence, I received a packet of letters from my former self. One of my uncles had gone through papers to clean out at my grandma’s, and … Continue reading

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Castle in the Air

OH. MY. <insert expletive and/or deity of your choice here>  Where do I begin?! I heard about Castle in the Air from Jennie, that evil temptress of Postality, and so OK it only took me a year to get there. … Continue reading

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in finite a’s

For most of my writing life, I haven’t particularly thought about letters. At least not much in an individual sense, and certainly not about how many there were or if I might run out. A stroke of the pen or … Continue reading

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