I grew up in the ’70s, so I’m having a very hard adjusting to the fact that bald eagle sightings are now a daily occurrence for me.
I’m only now beginning to feel slightly human again after losing a week to the most spectacular head cold I’ve had in years. Watching my immune system fight this cold was like watching someone try to build an intricate model airplane while being pelted with coins.
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Another bookmark for the series.
I just found this in a book I bought during my only visit to Elliott Bay Books (and to Seattle), in 2014.
Some above/ground author activity…
96: Nat’l Parks (Yellowstone)
97: Autumn Trilogy (Scarlet Oak)
I’ve just learned the formidable Otoliths has ended its run after seventy issues.
Few lit mags have published such a dizzying variety of work while also maintaining such an unmistakable and singular vision. Its intrepid editor, Mark Young, is a wonder.
“Four Lessons” is from my book, Vessels, which will be published next year by Unsolicited Press.
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