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In Chains – A Poem Dedicated to Two Souls in Captivity

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You probably already know from previous posts that I live at the tip of the Mexican Baja California Sur peninsula where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean. As beautiful and wild as it is here, there is cruelty… Continue Reading

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The Power of the Spoken Word – Poets Speak

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Last night I participated in a poetry event at a local art gallery. The event took place at the Patricia Mendoza Gallery in San Jose Del Cabo, on the tip of the beautiful Baja peninsula in Mexico. Because of the… Continue Reading

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A Christmas Tail – by Sudesna Ghosh – A Book Review

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This one is a short story, perfect for Christmas. It’s that time of the year when people who choose to be alone, or are alone – because of circumstances or life’s events – are looked upon with some compassion. But… Continue Reading

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It’s Hard To Be a Vampire – By Victoria Faust – A Book Review

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I chose this book because of the title (and I also love good vampire stories). I know, it’s not a convincing reason, but I guess it just shows that a catchy title (and also a cover) may help convince a… Continue Reading

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Write Poetry Slam And Get it Out There!

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In my last article I mentioned how nervous I was about participating in this poetry slam and that I wasn’t sure if I was going to go through with it, but I did! What made me nervous was the way… Continue Reading

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Tales from Los Cabos – An Excerpt

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This has been on my mind for a few days, and today I thought I should just go ahead and share a first excerpt from my book Tales from Los Cabos, a collection of short stories about life in Los… Continue Reading