“You write these things, and you think somebody’s going to mention them, and a week goes by and the phone doesn’t ring and you start to think, ‘I’m a fraud! … Continue reading
When I returned to Fairbanks on July 31, after spending 5 1/2 months in New York City, I was eager to participate in one summer activity in particular: berry picking. … Continue reading
Anesthesiologist Randy McGregor and his wife, Leeann Ferlito, arrived in Fairbanks to house hunt 30 years ago and knew they wanted something interesting. What they didn’t realize was that they’d end up buying a piece of art.
My attempt to participate in 365 Days of Print for the final 31 days of 2011 comes to close with these last three collages. It was definitely a challenge to … Continue reading
I was deep into the Burroughs-ian segment of my “beat” education by the time I began negotiating my first employment contract. It was too late. Burroughs had already embedded the … Continue reading
While speaking with a Fairbanks local today I mentioned that one of my favorite things about this town is that there’s a real sense of community here. She exclaimed incredulously, … Continue reading
A few weeks ago my cousin told me that there had been some thought that maybe I was never supposed to be born. She didn’t put it exactly like that. … Continue reading
A little cubomania to celebrate the solstice.