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Lewis Buxton Workshop - October Part One

Last week Lewis Buxton came in to deliver a workshop for the Spoken Word Club. We did a free-write exercise, some themed group poems and responded to a Roger Robinson poem (Mango Juice) with our own poems about home. 163 more words

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Hunger Shames

I’m hungry, and it’s a good thing. It’s a good thing because it means I’m trying to start a more intense repair of the damage I’ve done lately, and I’ve been doing it long enough for my body to start protesting the absence of the junk I’ve been pouring into it. 600 more words


International Open Access Week 2014

Hurrah! International Open Access Week is coming up.  October 20-26 is celebrated as “International Open Access Week”.  So, what can I do?!

If you are a faculty, here is what you can do:  38 more words


It's All About Love

In my OA material I read a suggestion about meal planning and to commit to what we are going to have each day ahead of time.   607 more words

Daily Ramblings

I'll Let You Decide

Greetings all,

As I get ready for another round of chemo tomorrow, I feel inclined to write. (Actually, I am simply procrastinating doing filing of medical papers and bills, yecch!) This past 3 weeks has been filled with social activities: I saw friends from High School and then my niece got married last weekend! 499 more words


Step 1, To Let Go

My commitment to writing has really went in the toilet.  It’s good though to see that my inability to stay on task is often the direct result of Rob going in the hospital.   483 more words


Oldies' Adventure, Singapore 2014: SMRT

That “Reserved Seating” spot deserves a page in my blog. I know Singapore as a walking-kind-of-place. Riding a cab is expensive and renting a car is out of the picture. 93 more words