Snowflakes swirling through a black sky make me dizzy. My head is tilted back, mesmerized, […]
Hugh Hefner died the other day. Many news articles laud him as a civil activist […]
On March 25, 1911, 123 women and 23 men, young Italian and Jewish immigrants mostly, […]
Santiago, Mexico’s dusty streets are hot and sweaty. On the edge, shrubs and trees scorched […]
An air conditioner from Gianni Fig’s Ristorante, just outside my bedroom window, droned into the night. The clink of dishes rose above that.
My mother. Backlit against memory. Pink Red Sox hat pulled down against the sun. She […]
I’ve never been to Disneyland, but I don’t think it’ll ever be as beautiful as a crooked barn squatting in the middle of a potato field.
Hiking in the White Mountains Long hikes usually follow three progressions: one, “this isn’t that […]
Framing: How to do it Framing an image is, at first glance, easy. But there’s […]
A solar eclipse viewing party as seen at Erving Public Library Monday, Aug. 21, 2017. […]