26. Moving Meditation, edited by Lynne Jambor (2021) is an elegant little book graphically, with a layout that suits the content of haiku and senryu about tai chi and chi gong. (Contributor copy.) 27. Liberated Minds: A Close looks at Rastafari beliefs and customs (A Kirk Cornelius Book, 2017) was something I picked up at […]
19. The House Dreaming in the Cold by Tom Wayman (The Alfred Gustav Press, 2020). It’s been years since I’ve read any Wayman. My Father’s Cup in 2002 was the last book of his I had, more than 10 books ago. I’ll peg that on the East/West Coast divide of CanLit. Like others who read […]
More read recently. Or more accurately, finished lately. 13. Architects of Memory by Karen Osbourne (Tor/Macmillan, 2020) I gave a slog of a go to a few months ago and it didn’t click. Returning it was a quick read. It’s complex with many players in a world where there are freeborn and indentured and the […]
Up at the blog of 49thShelf are 7 new books of 2020 that delighted me this year.
How about that. It seems something like a longer poem has started to form. I’d almost forgotten the sensation. But I sat and the world and its clocks fell away and I have a draft. I’ve been feeling the occasional haiku, aided by reading many. They are concrete and present and that focus helps me […]