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Guest Author: Linda Dove and "Oh Dear Deer,"

Guest Author: Linda Dove and "Oh Dear Deer,"

Linda Dove is that rare creature: a published poet. Besides her acclaimed books she has published poems in the L.A. Review, The Antigonish Review, Clackamas Literary Review and more, and has won several poetry awards. Please welcome today’s guest author, Linda Dove. I’ve encountered a few unexpected moments on the way to becoming a writer. […]

Burnt

Burnt

Growing up in Illinois there were days when it was so cold you couldn’t go outside, or if you did, you bundled up in extra socks and waterproof boots. You added layers under your hooded parka, a scarf around your face to protect your nose and eyes, and mittens–not gloves–because you needed your fingers to […]

Zen Monday: #160

Zen Monday: #160

In Zen, one learns through experience rather than books or lectures. Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and tells us what you’ve learned, rather than me lecturing you about it. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good book. It’s just that Monday is the day you write it. Read the Full […]

LA, Gloaming

LA, Gloaming

John and I are not the party animals we once were, but we’ve been going out in the evenings quite a bit lately. It’s kind of a big deal because we don’t ordinarily step out much out after dark. (This is not dark, I know that, it hasn’t been that long. It’s not even dusk. […]

Haunting the Library

Haunting the Library

If my mother were alive, today would be her 90th birthday. She and my father taught me and my siblings to love books. It worked: I’m a writer, like Mother was. One of my sisters is a librarian. My brother is a book seller. My one sister who isn’t in the book business has a […]

Long Shadows

Long Shadows

Whatever we put here, whatever we build or tear down, is irrelevant to shadows. They will crawl across road and lawn and seething Sahara as long as the planet rolls around the sun. Knowing shadows have existed always, or at least as long as we conceive always to be, feels to me like a connection […]

Thursdays in Old Town

Thursdays in Old Town

One week from today it’ll be September. It will also be Thursday. These are two good things because Old Pasadena Locals Only Thursdays are back. The program must have been a success last year because it’s been extended to two months this year. On Thursdays during September and October, Old Pasadena merchants will offer discounts […]

I’ve Got Your Pasadena Weekend

I’ve Got Your Pasadena Weekend

I know it’s only Tuesday but calendars fill up. Listen, don’t worry about it. I have your weekend planned for you. Friday the 26th: Wine tasting and silent auction benefiting the Be The Match Foundation, the national bone marrow registry. They’ll be tasting wines from some of California’s top vineyards. There will also be a […]

Zen Monday: #159

Zen Monday: #159

Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and tells us what you’ve learned, rather than me lecturing you about it. In Zen, one learns through experience rather than books or lectures. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good book. It’s just that Monday is the day you write it. Read the Full […]

Sunday Steps

Sunday Steps

We’ve been having cool, cloudy mornings and warm afternoons. If you’re one of those people who complains about hot weather, all you have to do these days is get up early. And not like 6am. You can get up at 10:00 and still get in a good hike before it heats up. I wonder how […]

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