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Cari with coronavirus mask Midsummer 2020

Lifelines in the Time of Coronavirus

I’m tempted to look for silver linings in rough days, being a natural optimist, but this has been a lot. A lot. Apart from the pandemic quarantine and the fires and the election and the general malaise of depression among just about everyone, not to mention (not to mention?) death all around, there is the sheer crushing dailiness of just going on, through uncertainty and fear and loss. Here are some of my lifelines.

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Her Blue Body

2009 6 pages 5 x 5 inch quarter-circle book, opens to 10-inch diameter round pages 7.5 x 5.125 x .75 [...]

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Writings, published by myself and others. Coming soon: Essays Book Reviews Poems Memoir

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Prose and Letters offers a broad selection of inspirational words in small affordable art pieces to give or keep. Calligraphic [...]