A scene from Lady Murasaki’s Tale of the Genji……Tale of Genji by Lady Murasaki is world renowned historical fiction, and its renowned is amplified by the fact that it is written by a woman in a time (Heian Period Japan) … Continue reading
This morning I had a bit of synchronicity. I opened a book of essays and excerpts from over a hundred of the most famous writer’s of the 20th century. I found myself on a poem below by Yeats. Supposedly, Yeats … Continue reading
Sometimes my silent pre-verbal thoughts make there way to the world I live in. I was thinking about the lack of Japanese people in my life after living there for ten years. Today, I go to the airport where a … Continue reading
I feel older this year, but age gives me resolve to complete things in my book and to make new chapters. Pages hanging loose have found places in the binder. Chapters have been rearranged, and the open page awaits.