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Roz and Her Library of Books

I have been greedy for books my whole life! As early as two years of age I remember coveting books. Adults had books. Adults could peer into a book and pull something out of it. I didn’t yet know what reading was called, but I saw the results—people communicating by deriving messages from the pages […]

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Print Always Means a Tight Edit…

Last week the Minneapolis Star Tribune posted a pop-up interview with me in their Currents section. It’s a way to pose a couple questions to people who are in someway connected with the outdoors—to find out what is catching their interest and focus now. I’m not sure why the editor asked me, except that we’d […]

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Leisure Reading—and an Eyebrow Update

We can find the most amazing statements in our daily reading. Click on the above image to view an enlargement. In the above page spread from my Seawhite test journal (which I haven’t fully reviewed yet as I’m still working in it) you can see a sketch of Dick in the TV room. I used […]

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Grief and Reading

Above: My view of the bedroom as I sit in bed and look towards the closet. Page spread from my 7.5 inch square Nideggen journal, cropped on the right for privacy. Faber-Castell Pitt Calligraphy Pen. (I started with a Staedtler Pigment Liner but it was drying out and no fun, so I grabbed the other […]

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