Oh! I could not stop smiling as I watched this…
Not exactly winter reading but something not to be missed. I found this very mesmerizing, insightful, intriguing. And a visual feast. 8 minutes, over 400 days. A memory anchor…
I have been wanting to post this for weeks. Have wandered slowly through this gorgeous book and each time I visit it I feel so sated. Mayhew’s work appeals to me deeply, and on two levels. First, it describes a visceral, intrinsic connection to landscape. Second, and equally important, is his relationship with color. Oh
Not sure what I can say about this, only that I am left stunned, speechless by this piece. Beautiful and terrifying. Tender and painful. Much to ponder…
I love Poetry Off the Shelf. This conversation with Khaty Xiong is exceptional. Beautiful and probing and wise and astute.
This, this is good for the soul. ❤
Give yourself five minutes for this. Wonderful animation, stunning poem. What a gift.
This fascinating book was on my list for months and I finally made time for it. I had expected mostly natural history and discussion of eel biology but this book is so much more. Memoir. Philosophy. Praise of those who brought the science forward. For thousands of years eels, in their various stages of development,
A longish essay from Orion mag but so worth your time and thoughts. Enjoy. ❤
Thought some of you might be interested in a conversation between these two brilliant writers – Rebecca Solnit and Terry Tempest Williams.