Many of you have asked about my posts and have wondered what I’ve been up to these days. The answer is I am happy, healthy and engaged in creative activity, and thinking of you more often than you know.
Any author who has a book positively reviewed or mentioned by a publication is lucky indeed. I’ve been abundantly fortunate in this respect, my book Fat Girl being a shining example. Please take the time to visit my author page to find out more
Chez Paul, iPad Art and all text ⓒIrene O’Garden Another “postcard” from our trip: One of the pleasures of travel is the unplanned stop. We set sail from Gaudi’s Barcelona on a ten-day Mediterranean cruise. First port: Marseilles, where we
While I’d planned to offer you a touchy-feely-back-in-the-saddle-after-my-retreat-post, I got a surprise a week ago. My regular readers know I conduct poetry workshops for local schoolchildren through the regional River Of Words program sponsored by the Hudson Highlands Land Trust.
I had already planned to offer thanks this week for you, my readers, and the gift of your attention. Today, an untoward experience gave me even deeper appreciation. In anticipation of my forthcoming e-version of Glad To Be Human, well-meaning
Irene and Her Spectrum, photo by Nick Doyle all text ©Irene O’Garden 2012 Had a great time in Denver last week attending the conference and performing Stand-Up Dreams. The picture above was taken during the show as I discuss what
The book is finally out! As many of you know, I won a Pushcart Prize for my essay “Glad To Be Human,” which was originally published in the “Tusculum Review” and is now included in the 2012 edition of The Pushcart Prize –