“Why do two colors, put one next to the other, sing? Can one really explain this? No.” ~Pablo Picasso
I am proud to have a short essay and photograph published in the latest issue of Uppercase Magazine. Issue 22 was entirely devoted to COLOR, and what a beautiful publication it turned out to be! The Uppercase website has a beautiful feature of the issue along with a video that you can enjoy. The prompt: What Color Means to Me… inspired me to write about learning to crochet as a young girl. Crochet continues to be one of my favorite artistic mediums and choosing yarn for a project is such a happy, colorful process.
If you haven’t had the pleasure of savoring an issue of Uppercase, you absolutely must treat yourself to a copy of this creative, and visually stimulating, publication. Seriously, head over to the website and start your subscription. It’s a gift to yourself. Really. (You can even take advantage of the discount code “roygbiv” for $15.00 off the subscription price.)
That’s my piece in the lower left-hand corner. (I never get tired of seeing my work in print!)
Best wishes for a colorful day!
“We must have a pie. Stress cannot exist in the presence of a pie.”
― David Mamet, Boston Marriage
I’ve recently had an essay published in the Summer 2013 issue of Where Women Cook. The challenge was to write a 500 word essay for “Pieography – If my life were a pie…” In addition to the essay, contributors were asked to share the recipe for the “life-pie.” I wrote about my life-long love affair with books and reading, and how it is resembles a yummy brownie-peanut butter pie. I call it: “So Many Books, So Little Time, Pie.” You should definitely buy this issue just to get my recipe! It’s delicious and simple! You can make this pie to enjoy while you kick your feet up to read a good book! This short essay was so fun to write, and I thank Jo Packham and the editors of WWC for the opportunity to share my life and my pie.
If you don’t think your life resembles a pie, think again. The 42 recipes and essays shared in the book Pieography: Where Pie Meets Biography by Jo Packham will have you thinking otherwise! Seriously, this book will introduce you to Alice Currah’s Kahlua Chocolate Pecan PIe, and Michelle Muska’s Midsummer Night’s Dream Pie with Rhubarb, Peaches and Raspberries. Is your mouth watering yet?!
Happy baking and happy reading!