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Deer-Footed Lamps and Other Dead Animals

Techniques tracked:
-objects used to reflect characters’ (divergent) perspectives
-deploying scene v. exposition

In Joy Williams’ “Congress,” the main character, Miriam, lives with a forensic anthropologist, Jack, who’s revered for being able to confirm people’s loved ones are dead and provide closure. 1,762 more words


Just to wake up next to you holding me

Today’s keywords: Self-Reliance

GDI I forgot to draw a card again XD I blame the storm last night, because Filou kept pouncing me as I slept so I was a bit tired. 679 more words

On The Brighter Side

Welcome home

I have written about my love of Joy Williams’ new album VENUS twice before, and I say third time’s a charm!

I can’t even really put my finger on why her song “Welcome Home” resonates so much with me, but I can theorize a bit. 213 more words


Top 10 Albums of 2015

Here we go again! The descriptions are a bit lengthy this year, so I apologize for that. I found these 10 albums in particular to be works of art that I connected with more than with any other music in a really long time. 2,742 more words


Pieces of Christmas

I heard this lovely song titled “2000 Decembers Ago,” by Joy Williams – today on the radio, it is a piece of wonder and joy.  May you be inspired by the words: 242 more words

Here with us

Hallelujah Hallelujah

Heavens love, reaching down, to save world.

Hallelujah Hallelujah

Son of God, servant King, You’re here with us.