In recent months I’ve been looking inward, trying to get answers about what’s wrong with my body and health, and how I can relieve some of its distress. Surgery and chemotherapy — especially in my very fortunate case — are … Continue reading
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I’ve just opened a web store on Etsy for greetings cards featuring my original photography! Packs start at just $15. Click here to see all the listings. Nature, beach, flower, and Bosnia collections available … Continue reading
Images from my most recent sojourn in Bosnia & Herzegovina. More to come…
On the morning of July 5, 2015, I offered the following reflection, in place of a traditional sermon, at the Congregational Church in Exeter, New Hampshire. It’s about going home to mourn the loss, and celebrate the life, of my … Continue reading
Posted in Autobiography / Memoir, Christianity, class, Gender, Photography, Religion and Spirituality, Teaching
Tagged Allegheny River, Anne Lamott, Blest Be the Tie That Binds, Cattaraugus County, Cutco, fracking, Jamestown Community College, JCC Olean, Olean, Our Town, St. Bonaventure University, The Good Samaritan, the meaning of life, Thomas Merton
“All We Have Left,” a 2012 memoir of mine about Bosnia-Herzegovina — a photo and travel essay, featuring art by Samir Biščević and music by Merima Ključo and Miroslav Tadić — has just been published in the online Canadian literary magazine … Continue reading
Posted in Autobiography / Memoir, Bosnia, Photography, Travel
Tagged Bosnia, Douglas Glover, Goran Simic, Merima Kljuco, Miroslav Tadic, Numero Cinq, photography, Samir Biscevic, Sarajevo, Sydney Lea
Today, the Canadian literary magazine Numéro Cinq, edited by Douglas Glover, released a preview of its October issue, which will include my essay “All We Have Left,” along with poems about Bosnia-Herzegovina by the masterful Goran Simić and Sydnea Lea, … Continue reading
A few more images from my recent travels…the resilient beauty of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Posted in Bosnia, Photography, Travel
Tagged bascarsija, Blagaj, Bosnia photography, Bregava, European travel, flower photography, Mostar, Neretva, Sarajevo, Stolac
I’ve just come home from Bosnia-Herzegovina. Some lingering images…more to come.
Posted in Architecture, Bosnia, Photography, Religion and Spirituality, Travel
Tagged Blagaj, Bosnia, Bosnia photography, Bosnia-Herzegovina, European travel, Sarajevo, Skakavac, Stolac