Tuesday, April 26, 2011
After the Quake...
It's been quiet here the past two months, the voices found here other than my own. March 1st, Miki and I moved from our mountain home in Tesuque to the extreme southern edge of Santa Fe, the desert mere steps off our back door. Then, a week and a half later, Japan was in turmoil. I was unable to write anything, or barely even think. I stayed in the realm of feeling for a while. Then the words returned. I had a piece ready to post here, but chose instead to publish it in #quakebook. I'll eventually post the original, but for now you can read it in a shorter, less acerbic form here:
I also wrote a piece for the Write for Tohoku project, available here:
These two digital books cost $9.95 each, which will provide you to with a good read while simultaneously supporting the survivors in Tohoku.
On the turntable: Jefferson Airplane: "The Volunteers Sessions"
Posted by Edward J. Taylor at 10:09 AM
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