My first review in print. It is in one of the big periodicals, Publisher’s Weekly, a journal that goes out to librarians so it is quite an honor to have ink in the publication.
Paul Gauguin as he sees himself.
Geese in flight across the lake. A big lake, yes, the kind with a horizon. But not a Great Lake. The kind that breaks freighters in half. #downbythelake #girlinahoodie #defroit
I wish I was beekeeper. I love honey and the sweet slow smell of a beeswax candle. (A mosaic in the Maccabees Building in downtown Detroit.)
A boxset gifted. #OntheRoad. The Bell Jar. Paperback books 1950s. #sylviaplath #books #vintage #gift thank you #28syzygy
My friend says, “I like Bukowski. Do you like Bukowski? If you haven’t read Bukowski, you must read Bukowski.” She loved a man who loved Bukowski. He fucked her over. #thedipshitbox #tamisms #tammgents #28syzygy #elizabethpilar #bukowski
A row of books by Hermann Hesse. One of my personal favorites. #books #hermannhease #favoriteauthors
Have you ever heard of Joseph Campbell? #followyourbliss Here’s five titles of his. The Hero with a 1000 Faces & The Masks of God series. Years ago @billmoyers introduced him on PBS via interviews. With pictures. #josephcampbell #books
In the late 70s, when I was a young girl, my mother would take me, my sister, and my brother downtown to shop in the bargain basement of Hudson’s. It was a bright place with bins full of clothes, shoes, coats, socks, and underwear. It was always crowded with women and children talking loudly. The subterranean room smelled of dust. After the ordeal of shopping and we made our purchases, my mother…
Artwork on a canvas bag seen at the African World Festival, Detroit. 2014
Am I allowed to take a pic of a Van Gogh painting & post it? Sitting & writing at DIA Detroit . #writing #detroit #art #VanGogh