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make things

I made you a pie

November 25, 2014

It’s been a long time, mis amores perdidos, so long that I didn’t want to show up empty-handed—I wanted to bring you a gift. So I made a pie. I made up a pie. The current draft, several revisions in, might not be the pie I imagined in my mind before I started baking. But […]

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anniversary poem

March 31, 2014

I’m not a poet, but I am a fool for love. Happy anniversary, dear husband. Rule-breaking Ghazal for Christopher   Gardens grow where we intend, I and thou— Plants and cells divide portending two.   Spade in dirt, feet dark with soil, My heart I—kneeling, bending—threw.   You fled when autumn came, All gelid winter […]

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do a lot of work!

March 24, 2014

THE GAP by Ira Glass from frohlocke on Vimeo.

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make more art

October 29, 2013

I had so much fun at the NH Arts Education Conference working on this project below with a whole bunch of lovely people including the Three Musketeers, who may in fact not have been Musketeers at all, but three of The Five Chinese Brothers, each with a trick up his sleeve. Thanks, John, Mark, Bob […]

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From Paper to Screen

October 3, 2013

Those around me know I’ve been fussing mightily of late about folks with their eyes and minds glued to tiny screens instead of paying attention to what is happening within them and around them. In spite of the risks, we are blessed to live in a time where we can access and be inspired by […]

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Chip Kidd designs AMAZING book covers

February 2, 2013

What writer doesn’t want a reader who reads his or her work with so much care, so much attention to what’s really going on in the story and how best to represent that visually?    

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29 ways to stay creative

September 30, 2012

Love love love this. (Time to go put the coffee on…)  

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t-shirt flapper dress

April 2, 2012

…for this auction. Made from a pattern by Megan Nicolay, who also created the patterns I used for Rosy’s wedding dress. Thank you to lovely model Grace. And here it is in action (don’t blink): Here’s the first one I made (image posted here first). You can see that the t-shirt fringe looks, well, fringier, […]

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fashion queen in the heart of winter

January 26, 2012

Red, darling, to stand out against the white of snow, the dark bare branches of trees.

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fashion queen at the end of the year

December 31, 2011

She’s given up her spare costume of last winter for some New Year’s Eve decadence. Garlic scapes, darling.

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