Category: Fiction

Published on October 21, 2022

Becoming Hawk

The woman who took to the skies. She thought she could fly. Imagined wings sprouting from her shoulders. She raised one foot.  Rolled up onto the ball, balancing on that one point alone. She knew she […]

Fiction
hawk in flight

Published on October 12, 2022

Ruins

An arch, old stones, granite boulders.   It is a shame you cannot smell a photograph, for that would tell me so much more than the image.   It would tell me that it had just rained […]

Poetry
Stone ruins after a rain

Published on March 06, 2021

My Artist and Me

My Artist is sitting in an armchair sipping a cup of tea.  Her legs are curled up under her and there is a cozy yellow blanket piled on top.  She is watching her sweet Girl wriggle and […]

Creativity
In Between
Musings
Revelations
Writing

Published on January 05, 2021

Company of Stars

I am here, at the crack of dawn, doing this thing.   It is simply deciding, choosing. To set the alarm,  Get out of bed,  Sit down with pen and paper,  To be here, doing this […]

Aging
Creativity
In Between
Musings
Poetry

Published on October 01, 2019

Vital

Slow muscles. Vital. Tiny muscles. Vital. Talking to you. Vital. In a new way. Vital. Finding the way. Vital. Finding the words. Vital. This way, a different way. Vital. From the heart. Vital. From the […]

Creativity
Poetry
Writing

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Topography

It is a leg, pale white, with golden hairs glowing in the stark lamp light. I touch her skin. I feel the goose pimples of her flesh and am intrigued by the 3 dimensionality of […]

Poetry

Published on September 16, 2019

“Minding Mama” – a performance piece

What if I didn’t have to worry about what people would say about this new piece, “Minding Mama“?  What if I didn’t concern myself with judgement about being a good daughter, a loving daughter?  What if I […]

Aging
Creativity
Revelations
Writing

Published on July 01, 2019

We Have Come to the End

So, we have come to the end of “Widows Anonymous.”  And what a wild ride it was.  But as I woke up this morning, with nothing on my to-do list for the show, I wondered, how do […]

Musings
Theater
Widows Anonymous

Published on June 11, 2019

Opening Night – What it Was and What it Wasn’t

People asked how it went, opening night.  I wish I could tell them it was brilliant, exhilarating, everything I’d wanted it to be. Yes and No.   Truth is, it was a bit like stepping out of […]

Theater
Widows Anonymous

Published on June 07, 2019

Stepping Into the River

Widows Anonymous opens tomorrow, June 8.  Today is finalizing all the details: printing the program, getting my costume ready, deciding on my makeup, and choosing which talisman I will take with me.  I’m planning one more rehearsal […]

Creativity
Theater
Widows Anonymous
Writing