Word by Word, Ignite Your Life

To connect and hear more about Wonderland, click here. “A word after a word after a word is power.” — Margaret Atwood Why write? To a writer that question is equivalent to saying, “Why breathe?” We write to unravel our restless hearts. We write because we’re curious. We write because we can’t stop. We read … More Word by Word, Ignite Your Life

The Journey of a Thousand Miles

And so it begins. Seeing Light. Everywhere. Seeing doors everywhere. Seeing my way through. At last. While I’ve been recovering from the various and sundry ailments of the past few months, I’ve started to brew up some big plans, which I will be acting on during the next four or five months. One of those … More The Journey of a Thousand Miles

Wonderland News: 50,000 Reasons to Celebrate

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.  About two weeks ago, this blog quietly crossed the 50,000 page view mark. I noted it on my Facebook page with much shouting and glee, but I realize I forgot to mention it here. I want to offer a profound and heartfelt thank you to each person who visits Wonderland … More Wonderland News: 50,000 Reasons to Celebrate

Nostalgia for the Criminal Past: Poet Kathleen Winter Looks Back

Nostalgia for the Criminal Past is poet Kathleen Winter’s first book.  I contacted her and asked if she’d be willing to discuss the ways in which she shaped and developed the themes and ideas of her book into an award-winning volume, especially in terms of  memory, connection, separation, and time. Kat lives in Northern California … More Nostalgia for the Criminal Past: Poet Kathleen Winter Looks Back