Monthly Archives: June 2013

LOOK WHAT JUST ARRIVED!

Two beautiful copies of the UK edition of The Gravity of Birds! (They look even better in person. But don’t just take my word for it. Order a copy for yourself in August!)

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Machu Picchu birds

From my dear friends, the Valentines. Can you imagine surveying such a kingdom every morning? Lucky birds!

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SPINE POETRY – JUNE (PART 2)

Rare and endangered species – Little bee The hive The whole golden world. (Richard Bausch, Chris Cleave, Gill Hornby, and Kristina Riggle) I confess, this makes me feel guilty for even considering doing away with the wasps artfully constructing their … Continue reading

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The Lure of the loquat

Members of the local flock of mitred conures. They likely started as escapees, but have followed the edict “Be fruitful and multiply” and their numbers have grown to¬†thirty or more. They prefer the ambience of St. Martin Parish Church (at … Continue reading

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SPINE POETRY – JUNE

Antidote to June Icefields Cold hunger, white teeth Delicate, edible birds The tenderness of wolves. (Thomas Wharton, Bill Streever, Lan Samantha Chang, Zadie Smith, Lauren Groff, Steff Penney)

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