If you haven’t heard of City of Asylum – https://cityofasylum.org/ – you should check this organization out! I have visited their physical location in Pittsburgh, PA — such a cool place. This event celebrating Elena Ferrante made me think of y’all so I’m putting a link to the event here:
A longish essay from Orion mag but so worth your time and thoughts. Enjoy. ❤
If you are not on the mailing list, here is another offering from Theater of War Productions. I have attended several events; they have all been powerful. Poetry for the PandemicThursday, November 12, 20207:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST “An evening of readings and a dialogue among distinguished poets and young poets of tomorrow— a
From KDRT, I met Adrian West: LINK Enjoy!
Suman and I made this in September. I need to redo the subtitles, because in addition to the major problem of subtitles overlapping, one either needs to read super fast, or pause the video. Next episode will be in English language and all the backgrounds are already finished! We are waiting ’til we are not
A reminder that you can follow election results at the Upaya Institute and Zen Center tonight starting at 7:30 Mountain Time. Here’s more information on the event and registration details: https://mailchi.mp/upaya/october-27-2020-programs-highlights-1052590?e=5b3c0c9d30.
Thought some of you might be interested in a conversation between these two brilliant writers – Rebecca Solnit and Terry Tempest Williams.
Turning the garden today and finding lots of jewels and gems. How are you all out there?
A little advice: full screen, volume up. A wonderful way to start a Saturday: LINK
I mentioned in my post about Optic Nerve that I was reading this book as well for the Meadows Museum’s new book club. I finished it weeks ago but I wanted to wait to talk about it until after the book club discussion, which took place two nights ago. The books were chosen by one