A visit to Quebec City and a hospital that has not only provided continuous care to the sick since 1639, but braved epidemics, fire and bombardments of war.
Archives for December 2012
This week’s video talks about the greatest lesson any novelist can learn.
Can writing be taught? The spark, the life, the essence… can this be taught?
I got lost yesterday. Not for the first time. Found the trail head eventually by staying on the trail, trusting my sense of direction, and, by having no real choice.
Writer Marshall McCarthy’s reflections on winter …
An oft-repeated scenario in the wilds near her home reminds author Gab Halasz of a scene from a Tarzan novel and leads her to the conclusion that dogs might, in some ways, be smarter than humans.
We won’t regret the past, or wish to shut the door on it. I’ve seen that come true in my life.
The Internet is changing our political environment and we need to change with it. Traditional activism is not dead but it does need social media to help it build momentum and to increase its participant base.