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FRIED DANDELIONS

When I was growing up and looked forward to something in the future, my dad would remind me not to wish my life away, but enjoy today and make the most of it. 551 more words

Dementia/Alzheimer's

Books in the Oven

In eighth grade, we read Bradbury. I took my copy of the book into the kitchen one evening while my mother was at work and put it in the oven. 274 more words

Analyze that Quote: Ray Bradbury

Not only can we learn things about the world around us, but we can also learn about ourselves from certain quotes. Since writers work with words for a living, oftentimes their written quotes hold a weight to them and wisdom that we can draw from. 331 more words

Writing

[list] three inspirational travel quotes

It’s the time of the year again when I check airfare prices and read travel blogs. Don’t you feel like experiencing something new in a different country even for a few days? 25 more words

TRAVEL

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Authors

Today, I am participating in the “Top Ten Tuesday” meme, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is “Top Ten All Time Favorite Authors,” and since I love bragging on my favorite authors, I decided to avail myself of this opportunity to do just that. 786 more words

Ray Bradbury

Lecturette: The Writer's Manifesto

Another in the series of lecturettes from old and/or defunct courses. This, from DU’s course called Writers on Writing.   ~Jenn

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On Attempting to Talk About Art–the Writer’s Manifesto… 544 more words

Literature

What is in a Place? (Audio)

The writer was old. He existed on the planet of his birth for over ninety sweeping orbits of its sun. Transitory was his life, specular, reflective, but also burning with his own light like that sun. 358 more words

Poetry