Monthly Archives: January 2012

Cozying up With My First e-Book in Oakland

Books outlining my walls attest to the fact that I am an inveterate reader and book collector. Heretofore, I have resisted adoption of the e-book in favor of the screen. It seems like a question of loyalty. How could I … Continue reading

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Charon Speaks to Psyche

I lived along the edge of wet stairs, watched stone lose out to the incursion of lapping insistence, a place where I gathered myself, a sensation of cold and sometimes not so cold, even warm as sun bullied its way … Continue reading

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Two Places

Louisiana, home of a thousand Family Dollar stores and cotton farms┬áplanted with corn for ethanol I think of you as I return to Oakland, report for jury duty with hundreds of others wating to be screened for weapons, swiping smart … Continue reading

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Upcoming Readings in 2013

Thursday, May 9, 7 to 9pm Kehilla Community Synagogue, 1300 Grand Avenue Piedmont, California (diagonally across from ACE Hardware) Joined by Lucille Lang Day, author of “Married at Fourteen,” nominated for a Northern California Book Award Friday, May 17, 7 … Continue reading

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