Monthly Archives: April 2016

Paul Kantner’s Brainchild: A Personal Appreciation of Jefferson Airplane

Life is change/How it differs from the rocks… – Paul Kantner, “Crown of Creation” The recent series of rock star deaths  in these first months of 2016 has had me, not unlike many Boomers, pondering how to feel about the … Continue reading

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Kristin Lavransdatter III: The Cross -To Strive, to Seek… not to Yield…

“So it’s futile to regret a good deed… for the good you have done cannot be taken back; even if all the mountains should fall, it would still stand.” – Sigrid Undset The final volume of Sigrid Undset’s three part … Continue reading

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Constance Fenimore Woolson: Miss Grief Misguided…

There’s no gentle way to put this: the best thing Constance Fenimore Woolson could have done for her writing career was keep the hell away from Henry James…. As I mentioned a few posts back in my essay on Constance … Continue reading

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