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[LPNM] Frank Clinard, R.I.P. (1933-2016)

Frank Welch Clinard Jr.


Frank Welch Clinard Jr. passed away peacefully at the age of 83 on August 30, 2016 at Sombrillo Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Los Alamos. 352 more words


The Golden Spiral

Very light straw. Big barnyard–full of funk, spit, manure and warm hay–blows up in your face. Lilikoi and apricot drip around the edges, giving a fantastic ying/yang tropical/stone fruit situation, both with a decidedly buttery edge. 273 more words


Day Thirty - Monday, September 19, 2016

I’m going to tell you a little secret. Over the last 30 days of our trip, Susie and I have become snobs! Yes, I know it’s hard to believe, but it’s true, we like nice hotels! 876 more words

On The Road Again!

DAY 42 - The Faceless American Boomtown

SANTA FE – The air is crisp, cool and fresh. The sun is warm, but not too much. Residents picnic at a pond complete with cruising swans and ducks. 3,273 more words

Hiroshima-New Mexico podcast

The amazing people at Hatch Innovation recorded a podcast featuring the collaboration bringing together me as a poet and native of Los Alamos, NM–the place where the atomic bombs were made–with visual artist Yukiyo Kawano from Hiroshima and Butoh dancer Meshi Chavez from Albuquerque. 


“The Green Glass Sea” by Ellen Klages

I didn’t realise the book was set around the Manhattan Project until around the hundredth page. Actually, it is not really about the Manhattan Project but about a young girl, who is small for her age (10 to 12 as the story progresses) and who likes maths. 228 more words

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