Monthly Archives: December 2015

How to do something creative every day for a month if you aren’t retired Comments Off on How to do something creative every day for a month if you aren’t retired

  On Monday I wrote my 30th poem for the month of November, completing the Poem A Day Challenge for the Poetic Asides blog at Writer’s Digest. Never having completed a hobby project so ambitious, I have been reflecting on what made this time different from the artistic projects I’ve started and abandoned. I did […]

Let the moment begin Comments Off on Let the moment begin

When it began by Beth Henary Watson Given that we can live only a small part of what there is in us— what happens with the rest? Pascal Mercier, Night Train to Lisbon A meeting. A guest speaker. Lunch. Emails. Another meeting. An assignment, Small, of course. Suddenly You are theirs And this is Your […]