Aphrodisiac Attack The Christian feast of Saint Valentine, February 14, was first associated with romance in the Middle Ages – possibly because it was near the official start of spring and the beginning of […]
Riding an Elephant
Perhaps it was because of “Seymour,” a pony I rode on the beach.
I hadn’t wanted to […]
Landscape is Action New writers approaching creative work are often told that “landscape should be a character,” or, even worse, “landscape is a character.” To the extent this means anything, it’s […]