Shamefully, I have been way too negligent on posting on this site. Poor excuses are better than none, but I have been working on marketing my new novel, 'The Awakening of Russell Henderson'. I hate doing this marketing thing although, it is so important to try to get folks to buy it, read it, and … Continue reading Neglect . . . ah yes, neglect
Pancho Villa raided my dreams as I feigned sleep that night naked in the dry Sonoran Desert south of the sacred Sedona vortex. How many days I wandered lost forgetting the rotting wooden ship from that distant dead star we sailed from a light year ago. Now I spend blue sky days gone from writing … Continue reading Do Not Wait
After the four weeks of being in Europe at the design workshop and in Basel, I was energized to get back to teaching. I had three studios: beginning sophomore level and junior level symbology, possibly sophomore typography . . . it’s hard to remember. At that time we had three or four sections of required … Continue reading My Road to Creativity, Fifteenth Excerpt: Assistant Professor, Tenure Track:
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I received some print copies of my new book, The Awakening of Russell Henderson. It's exciting to hold your creation in your hands for the first time.
Basel is a historical industrial town that spanned both sides of the Rhine River on the northwest corner of the country with Germany to the northeast and France to the east. My friend met me at the train and we took a street trolley back to her place. I marveled at the city, similar to … Continue reading My Road to Creativity, Fourteenth Excerpt: Basel, Switzerland:
two lane blacktop somewhere in Nevada eyes gritty tired an all night run dark Great Basin lit only by starlight a silver sliver moon lights a road of silver leading nowhere leading somewhere all night radio DJ clear channel AM Del Rio Texas steel guitar and fiddle whiskey drinking songs like it was in 1959 … Continue reading Onto Forever