Dear Friends ~
I hope this message finds you well nourished, as I have been, by the slower rhythms of summer. The focus of my work these last months has been the long avoided and much needed overhaul of my twenty-one year old website. It was time.
And now—Voila!—the changes are here.
Please take a look around when you have a chance, and do let me know if you encounter any problems navigating the site. I am still uploading content from my mail program and old website—older blog posts and messages from my mail program will be appearing in this section in the weeks ahead.
Now is the moment to give a heartfelt cry of approval to web developer Intui-Design.com. It has been a true pleasure working with developer, designer, and editor par excellence Rivkah Walton on this project, and I am grateful for her continuing presence in matters both technical and aesthetic. Rivkah, I certainly couldn’t do it without you. No way. Thank you!
Some of you have been asking when the Writing Circles will start up again. Here’s the news:
I have secured time and space for the Fall Wissahickon Writing Circles at The Cedars House. We will be back in the private room on the first floor of the little café in the woods on seven Thursdays and Friday afternoons in October and November. See the details on this page, and contact me now if you know you would like to join us. I look forward to these new beginnings!
If you think perhaps it might be your time, or if you would like more information about the Circles, let me know. We will set up a time to talk. To read more about the Circles and how they work, see the Writing Circle page on this new website.
Many blessings in the turning of the year~
- Fall Wissahickon Writing Circles: 7 Thursday and Friday Afternoons, beginning October 6, 7. 2:30-4:45 PM. The Cedars House (In the Wissahickon Park, Forbidden Drive and Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, PA.) Fee: $189.00 for each seven week cycle. $170 for early bird payment by September 30.
Through the Gates
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