Monthly Archive: November 2012

Nov
26

Solace in Bits & Pieces

Don’t ask the barber whether you need a haircut. Daniel S. Greenberg   Each year at Thanksgiving time, I receive as a gift from my estate planner a publication called Bits & Pieces, which is put out twelve times a year. For more information on this little pamphlet of inspirational quotes and stories, check out …

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Nov
26

Solace is poppin’ December 9

So happy to report that Solace in So Many Words will be part of the Pop-Up Bookfair that will be taking place Sunday, December 9, from 2 to 7 pm at The Empty Bottle. Here’s the lowdown. (Thanks to Victor David Giron!) BUY some freshly toasted BOOKS at the POP-UP BOOK FAIR on DECEMBER  9TH! …

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Nov
26

Henri Matisse — Dance (I)

"Dance (I)" by Henri Matisse

When I traveled to New York to receive the Indie Book Award for Solace in So Many Words, I was able to visit the Museum of Modern Art where this painting resides. I admire its simplicity and joy.

Nov
26

Updates and news: Mahan, Adamkiewicz, Hilbert, Kirk, Langan, Levine (and me)

Due to construction I have been slacking, but not so with Solace in So Many Words contributors. Kathleen Kirk has four poems,  “Daughter of Midas,” “Children Again,” “Goldfinches,” and “Mythology” in Glasschord Magazine (volume 27).  I hadn’t heard of this online magazine before but the website explains,  “Glasschord Magazine was founded by a community of emerging …

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