Saturday, May 23, 2015

Ron Scheer's Glossary

I spent the day formatting my friend Ron Scheer's final HOW THE WEST WAS WRITTEN. This one is a glossary of Old West terms and expressions which is a fitting cap to this indispensable series, though bittersweet because Ron passed away last month and I long to hear his thoughts on the project.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Saturday, May 9, 2015

The High and the Mighty

Blustery kite weather this afternoon and my charmers along with Ava’s grandfather had a lot of fun flying this butterfly and ladybug. The hand to my mouth is when the kites nearly collided in midair. Luckily my daughter is a skilled navigator and no harm was done. Though, on my own, I managed to slam the butterfly into the top of a tree—and amazingly pulled it down without damaging it. Thanks to Aunt Meta and Uncle Bob for sending the aerial fun.



Friday, May 8, 2015

Thursday, April 30, 2015

All Those Hungry Mouths

I've been a fan of Keith's poetry for some time and it's a real kick to finally publish a collection of them through BEAT to a PULP books. From the description:

Much like the short stories of Keith Rawson, the poems in All Those Hungry Mouths is filled with the desperate and the lonely; with criminals and victims; with the saved and the ruined. But despite the darkness of each piece, there is a spark of familiarity where we see ourselves.