this particular time

The fact that to be a writer, one of the key things in this day and age is to have an internet presence particularly frustrates me. 100 years ago, every one of these blog posts would have been journal entries that maybe would have been published after my death so those who actually cared could… Continue reading this particular time


Reading The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett

The first time I read The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett, I took notes on my own experience for my Phenomenology Anthropology class. This was the end result:Reading The Unnamable            Even the name itself is initially daunting. As I look at the cover and the name, I trace the letters with my finger. I feel like I… Continue reading Reading The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett

Bill Nye/Ken Ham Debate

Bill Nye and Ken Ham Evolution/Creationism DebateSo I don't know if anyone watched this tonight, but this was, to use a word that Bill Nye used several times, unsettling. The amount of laughter at Ken Ham's comments are heartbreaking. And at least Bill Nye accounts for human error. And allows for the split between religion… Continue reading Bill Nye/Ken Ham Debate


a poem

(Re)Reading War and Peace When you aren’t reading him it is a betrayal. To not think of him is to cheat. And this is the truest love. When you look at others you cannot begin to imagine how much more you’d rather read him. Watch his smile, with a gaze that puts ‘piercing’ to shame.… Continue reading a poem