Print? Not Dead Yet

anthology.jpgI love paper. I always have. It's the feel, the smell, all of it. So all of the "Print is Dead" proclamations have left me feeling a little blue. Yeah, I know, I should feel green, right? But reading something on screen vs. on paper is a totally different experience. It's slower, I take my time in a way I never do online. I almost never lose my book marks. So, when I woke up this morning to this announcement, I was thrilled. The women involved (Anh-Minh Le and Meg Mateo Ilasco) are so talented and I wish them all the success in the world. The inspire me often and I can't wait to see them in print. It's green if you never throw it away, right?

Print Is Not Dead from Anthology Magazine on Vimeo.

How to Be Alone

moon.jpgA New Year's Eve blue moon will be visible in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America and Africa (in Australia and Asia, the full moon does not show up until New Year's Day, making January a blue moon month for them). Blue moons happen every 2.5 years, but the last time one landed on New Years Eve was 1990.

The moon won't actually be blue, the term means it's a second full moon in one month. I'm not very superstitious, but I'm going to take this as a good omen for the new year, maybe even the whole decade.


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