Showing posts from June, 2019

Twisting Heart, Winding Ways

Hi friends,

Had such a strange day today.

Summer Solstice here was intense and beautiful and difficult. I heard good news, troubling news, and everything in-between. My heart feels all twisted and tight.

In an attempt to ground myself, I visited the Seattle Art Museum to see the Victorian Rebels exhibit on the women and men of the Pre-Raphaelite movement. It was truly beautiful and loosened me, gently. If you have a chance to go, I highly recommend it.

I couldn't help thinking of Delia Sherman, Ellen Kushner,  Terri Windling, and Cortney Skinner much of the time, since my "Hell's Pre-Raphaelites" biker jacket is part of their shared history. Like the remarkable souls featured in this exhibit, I'm grateful to these luminaries for setting examples of artful and art-full lives. 

Speaking of art, I'm nearing completion on the 1st draft of my 6th novel, with just a few chapters to go. I have revisions to do on the 5th novel, and am considering polishing the 3rd fo…