I wrote a guest post for this awesome blog, Nerds and Nomsense, about the Lisa Hoke art installation, Come On Down at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Take a look, if you like, and also be sure to poke around the Nerds and Nomsense site. It’s a fun place. ZOMG! Art!
So, for my writerly friends out there, just want to make a short plug for Scrivener. It’s a writing software program, designed with, well, writers, in mind. Not just any writers, though. Writers of large projects that are often bulky and cumbersome to handle, organize, etc. This program is really helpful to me as I… Continue reading Scrivener is awesome.
I posted about this on my Facebook page a couple days ago, and a few people worried I’d been alone too long (I’m hiding out by myself in New Mexico, in the mountains, for some much needed quiet time and hermitude for spring break) because Moby-Dick is about as exciting to them as a dictionary. And I’ve… Continue reading I’m actually enjoying Moby-Dick
I’m on Spring Break this week. Typically, Spring Break means, for me, catching up on grading, trying to get a handle on research papers for seminars that will be due all too soon, reading for the classes that will be back in session, all too soon, and trying to catch a little bit of R&R.… Continue reading Spring Break
I’ve been desperate to write this week, but I haven’t had the time. I keep trying to read all the things (necessary, since I have exams coming up in a few months) but I also want to write. I haven’t had the time, so this will just be a short post since I still don’t… Continue reading Brief Musing on Francis Parkman