A really fine, thoughtful review of my latest book with Helen Frost,
Sweep Up the Sun, in the New York Times Sunday Book Review.
“…beautiful in an unabashedly artistic way.
These photographs are as gorgeous as paintings.”
A Barn Swallow breaks open a wide and empty sky.
At Magee Marsh in Ohio, just before the
Biggest Week in American Birding.
Barn Swallow, Hirundo rustica
I’ll be signing my books along with other authors to support
Independent Bookstore Day at Book Beat on Saturday, May 2nd.
Marching toward the fire, moths wait like scattered
pieces of a forgotten chessboard.
Transfixed by a midnight spell, a wasp
surveys life through a one-way mirror.