I just finished Bonnie Jo Campbell’s short story collection, Mothers, Tell Your Daughters. This is Campbell’s fourth book and each, whether in novel or short story form, brings us into terrain most never see and fewer want to navigate. All of these stories have appeared elsewhere, from Southern Review to Kenyon Review on Line, all […]
Archive for October, 2015
This was Sunday morning after breakfast. We had to drop some materials at the Keweenaw Greenhouse and used this as an excuse for color touring.
All right, we’re technically and callenderically (not sure this is a legit word) into autumn, but it was 80 degrees a couple of days ago and we were cavorting in shorts. We have begun the twice-a year baggage drill and preps for our Progress southward, including mailing boxes of books to the home hacienda. Most […]
For all Yoopers and Yooper lovers who can’t make it to the Yoop for leaf-peeping. 80 degrees yesterday, Snow forecast for friday night, saturday morning. Sheesh. Breaking photos into three posts. Enjoy. Over.