Sandra Crook lives to write, and is fervently grateful that it isn’t the other way round. When not cruising the French waterways with her husband in their dutch barge Désormais, … Continue Reading The Chase by Sandra Crook
Someday I hope to play this venue. Of course that would mean a trip to NYC and that’s a bit of a dealbreaker. Still, it would be fun to look … Continue Reading Playing the Carnegie by Pilfer Baker
Pilfer Baker represents the musician community through a combination of atonal responses. His typical audience consists of a half dozen Humpbacks and Orcas. He has no website but can be … Continue Reading Stone Soup by Pilfer Baker
Photo taken by Julie K. Julie K is an amatuer photographer who secretly wishes she lived with a cat. Her interests include quilting, reading, and late-night s’mores. Her work may … Continue Reading Quilt by Julie K
No fruits were injured in the shooting of this photo. These blackberries were shot using rubber bullets and a VERY expensive lens in Western Ontario. The rumors that several quarts … Continue Reading Blackberries by Sylvia
Dave Morehouse writes music, poetry, and short fiction. He can be found playing fiddle and concertina by Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula where the neighbors and fish are apathetically … Continue Reading Morning Play – by Dave Morehouse
Waterslosh – Photo taken by Julie K. at Eagle Harbor Michigan Lighthouse location. Julie K is an amatuer photographer who secretly wishes she lived with a cat. Her interests include … Continue Reading Waterslosh by Julie K.
Is it safe? Has my sister gone? How long does one hide after painting the cat? Photo – Charles Morris, “Royal Children of English History” (1904) Found at http://www.fromoldbooks.org A … Continue Reading Boy in a Box