The Politics of Reading, Writing, and Form: Ken Worpole interviews Raymond Williams (1979) — The Raymond Williams Society

Originally published in The English Magazine in the spring of 1979 and titled ‘Making it Active’, we are delighted to be able to make available this difficult to find interview with Raymond Williams, thanks to the generosity of interviewer Ken Worpole. It’s the first of four interviews to be published as monthly blogs as the […]… Continue reading The Politics of Reading, Writing, and Form: Ken Worpole interviews Raymond Williams (1979) — The Raymond Williams Society


WBI survey: Workplace bullying zoomed online during pandemic

Originally posted on Minding the Workplace:
From WBI, Workplace bullying didn’t disappear during the pandemic. Rather, much of this behavior simply went online, mainly via virtual meetings rather than by email. This is among the key findings of the Workplace Bullying Institute’s latest scientific survey on workplace bullying in the U.S., done in partnership…

By way of explanation

…about this blog. If you’re here because you clicked follow on a comment I made on #sol21 blog post. Thanks for stopping by, but this is not where I slice for SOLSC annual blogging challenge. That would be Reflections over on Blogger. If you’re a follower not here by way of the March Slice of… Continue reading By way of explanation

T.S. Eliot ~ words for moving from the old year to a new one

via |n|otabilia 0664 ⁂ T. S. Eliot Last season’s fruit is eaten And the fullfed beast shall kick the empty pail. For last year’s words belong to last year’s language And next year’s words await another voice. —T. S. Eliot —from “Little Gidding” —found in Four Quartets (1943) Notabilia by Notabilia 6824 19th St W… Continue reading T.S. Eliot ~ words for moving from the old year to a new one

Collage of #murals — View From Casita Colibrí

Hidden behind community tables and surrounded by food stalls, produce, textiles, and artesania, is a wall of murals at the newest location of the Pochote Xochimilco Mercado Orgánico y Artesanal. This incarnation of the Pochote Organic and Artisan Market is located in Colonia Reforma at Calle Almendros #417 (between Manuel Ruiz and Heroico Colegio Militar) […]… Continue reading Collage of #murals — View From Casita Colibrí

Audrey Lechuga: Retrospective Exhibition

Originally posted on The Orphanage:
The Orphanage, 300 S. Main Street, Yuma, Colorado, and Lu’s Gallery will co-host a six week-long exhibition of the art of Audrey Lechuga.  The exhibition runs from October 19-December 1.  There will be an opening reception, October 19th from 4-7 pm, to correspond with the Yuma Art League show at…

Update: Orphanage Summer hours

Originally posted on The Orphanage:
We spent last week preparing The Orphanage for the summer. All cars have been exercised and serviced. The ’51 Crosley is on the turntable, the Plymouth and Lark are back on the floor. Summer hours are Tuesday-Sunday 1-5pm. ?

|n|otabilia 0560 ⁂ Jay Parini…why #poetry matters

…adieu National Poetry Month until next year. Intermittent #poetrybombing ongoing… For most of us, there is only the unattended Moment, the moment in and out of time, The distraction fit, lost in a shaft of sunlight, The wild thyme unseen, or the winter lightning Or the waterfall, or music heard so deeply That it is… Continue reading |n|otabilia 0560 ⁂ Jay Parini…why #poetry matters

This is Just to Say: NPM 2019 Day 2

Originally posted on Thinking Through My Lens:
Today we turned to William Carlos Williams for inspiration.  Using the book A River of Words: The Story of William Carlos Williams by Jen Bryant, I introduced my students to William Carlos Williams.  I wanted to continue the focus on the ordinary as well as show a poet…