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It’s never really over

E.E. Cummings canvas over my writing desk                                Photo: Catherine Keefe i carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart)   I first met … Continue reading

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“There’s a party going on right here…”

Kool and the Gang gave my generation “Celebration,” our very own 1980 party anthem. Go ahead and turn on the music if you like; it makes an ebullient backdrop to this introduction. Of course you might know “Celebration” if you’ve made … Continue reading

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Words in the Wild

                      Poly Canyon, San Luis Obispo                                             Photo by … Continue reading

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I was here

As you head off into the world to explore somewhere new, think about how your presence might alter the space. Fall. Peace.     Trabuco Canyon, CA                           … Continue reading

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Sneak peek

Writing About Place syllabus is almost ready to launch. Trabuco Canyon, CA             Photo Credit: Catherine Keefe The course is inspired by this Joan Didion quote from The White Album. “Kilimanjaro belongs to Ernest Hemingway. … Continue reading

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The coolest writing workshop ever…

happens in June, 2015. If you’re sorry to see our Writing About Place class come to an end, remember that learning to write is a lifelong journey with myriad opportunities and Writing on the Edge sounds like one of the best. It’s … Continue reading

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