Flash Fiction Fridays
- 100 DAYS – 100 STORIES 2010
- Current Affairs
- MY WORK
TagsA Death in The Family At Swim Two Birds Barthes BASS Black Swan Green Blindness BLOGGING Borges Calvino Clockwork Orange Confrontation Consolation of Philosophy Cormac McCarthy DeLillo EDUCATION Faulkner Flatland Geronimo Sandoval Glimmer Train Henderson The Rain King if on a winter's night a traveler Ishiguro Jamestown Kundera Life of Pi LITERATURE Margaret Atwood Marquez Master and Margarita Munro Murakami Peter Taylor Plato Ploughshares POETRY provinces of night REALITY St. Augustine Steinbeck Suttree The Unbearable Lightness of Being Tropic of Cancer Updike William Gay WRITING
"I will breakfast from the cupboard where uneaten dreams are kept"
"I foresee the successful future of a very mediocre society."
Category Archives: BLOGGING
Think I’ve discovered a way to add a feed to each single page here, something I’ve sought for a couple of years. The Pages feature works well for me most of the time. I have two separate weblogs for literature/reality … Continue reading
I haven’t been keeping up on the weblogs as I used to, but then, thank your lucky stars for Facebook and twitter so you don’t have to read my rants and feel the cosmic waves of my temper tantrums like … Continue reading
Luckily not so smart that it doesn’t get caught up in Akismet nets however. But just read this one, as one of the finer examples: “Hello, I have been reading your sites content for a while now, actually, probably since … Continue reading
Aside from the obvious flaws in grammar and typos, what blogger would not want to believe these words of a comment are coming from the heart of a legitimate source: This is a good post, which features worthwhile information. If … Continue reading
Yes, I’m STILL reading Confessions of Nat Turner and will post on it soon, but it’s obvious that I haven’t been the twice-a-day poster girl here for a while. Well, there are some good reasons for that. I’m writing. And, … Continue reading
Because Lunar has threatened to kick me off for over-utilizing resources I’m doing everything I can to adhere to their instructions, though I can’t understand how these two weblogs are hogging resources (I suspect rather that the server is under-resourced). … Continue reading
With the birth of the weblogs came a whole new generation of writers who may have that novel within them or may never entertain the idea, but we are the better for their gifts of sharing and Roberta at Elusive … Continue reading
It’s getting so I’m beginning to welcome spam in comments. Except the Russian and the falsely complimentary that raise your hopes for the flash of moment that somebody actually cares.
Obviously the way cloud tags work is that the more uses of a tag, the larger the text. So far, and I’m only about a third into it, Kundera and Calvino have just beat out Ham Sandoval in size. There’s … Continue reading
Yeah, it’s been a while, but I’m again starting to ask myself “Why bother?” prompted by lack of response (gotta find that Mark Bernstein post on why comments on blogs are not a great idea) but stirred to think more … Continue reading
Well I had wiped out Hypercompendia over at Typepad, but put it back temporarily to use as a redirect if I can do with it what I’ve done with Spinning. I’ve managed to change the Spinning main index template to … Continue reading
Decided that the soft coral waves didn’t truly suit my personality except perhaps for about an hour in the early morning around five to six a.m. This is a bit more me; same angles and round edges, but photoshopped a … Continue reading
Well the css studying I’ve been doing has paid off in that I was confident about moving ‘.blog-title’ out from the list of headlines and give it its own font of Desdemona, with alternates of Colonna MT and finally Georgia … Continue reading
…design a new banner here. What was I thinking?
…the other design was just too shy.