It’s blogging time again

The time has come to get back to blogging again, at least a couple of times a week. I plan to make a few changes, however, including fewer political rants and link reposts. I am over all that for the most part, I think. My aim is to focus on the art of writing, occasional book reviews, personal announcements (reading events, publication news), and my favorite subjects: memory and dream, indigenousness, and general cultural commentary.

You can also follow me on Goodreads and Facebook, if you are so inclined.

It’s blogging time again

The time has come to get back to blogging again, at least a couple of times a week. I plan to make a few changes, however, including fewer political rants and link reposts. I am over all that for the most part, I think. My aim is to focus on the art of writing, occasional book reviews, personal announcements (reading events, publication news), and my favorite subjects: memory and dream, indigenousness, and general cultural commentary.

You can also follow me on Goodreads and Facebook, if you are so inclined.

Blogging Cascadia — our new news site

I have been working on a new news feed for literature, arts, environment, and progressive politics in the Pacific Northwest. I’ve been frustrated with the difficulty of finding good blog and news sources by northwest bloggers. Cascadia, for those who don’t know, refers to the Cascadia bio-region, which includes everything from the Siskiyous to southern British Columbia. There is a lot of good stuff coming from here, and my goal is to produce some consolidated feeds.

We’ve also included some feeds from Indian Country that aren’t necessarily tied to the northwest. You can subscribe to feeds by category, so if you’re only interested in arts and literature, you can limit your feed to bloggers who write about these subjects.

We haven’t gone public yet, but you can check us out at Blogging Cascadia.