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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Insistence of Hope – a poem by Susan Hartung

Insistence of Hope When I think how long I wanted you to be other, I can hardly fault the cat who, finding rain at the kitchen door, asks to be let out through the porch. by Susan Hartung from Inclusions, a book of her poems published by An Elephant Tree House Book in 2011 Susan […]

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Upcoming Summer 2014 Photography Workshops

“The final strength in really great photographs is that they suggest more than just what they show literally. Photography and poetry center on metaphor.” ~ Robert Adams   I’m delighted to announce four upcoming workshops I’ll be teaching this summer in the beautiful Berkshires of Western Massachusetts! These short but intensely productive, informative and inspiring workshops are designed […]

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My cup runneth over

Those unavoidable forks in the road. Where does this phrase come from anyway? It’s just that when I think of the proverbial fork in the road, by default I get anxious. Major decisions. Making a choice. A sense of not being able to go back. The implication for standing in front of those metaphorical paths […]

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