Chasing Rainbows by Van Lanigh

Chasing Rainbows

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By Van Lanigh From the Photographer: Inspired by great masters such as Vrubel and Monet, Van Lanigh creates figurative and landscape pieces. Her unique style is a reaction to abstractionism, an attempt to capture surrealistic yet casual reality. The series “Chasing Rainbows” is about the […]

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Three Poems by Jane Yolen

Three Poems by Jane Yolen

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When I Was a Hunter Gatherer By Jane Yolen in the deep cleft of Nature,watching the stalk of bobcat,the instant whirr of hummingbird,the snake-cut grasses, fear did not rise uplike a clog in my throatbut in cautious passion,the kind that makes one stay,observe,listenattend,fill with wonder,love— […]

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Bellevue Botanical Garden by Cindy Phan

Bellevue Botanical Gardens

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By Cindy Phan From the Photographer: These eryngos flowers were captured on Nikon D5500 digital SLR with 18-55 mm lens at Bellevue Botanical Garden in Washington state during springtime. Natural lighting was used and very minimal editing was done. Bellevue Botanical Garden About the Photographer:Cindy […]

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Life Akimbo by Caroline Murphy

Life Akimbo

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By Caroline Murphy “Oh, my God,” Mom cried when she saw me. She clutched my wrist with a bony hand. Tears ran down her wrinkled, hollow cheeks onto the starched white pillowcase beneath her head. “Oh, my God.” Tears welled in my eyes too. Mom […]

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A Second Love by Diane Hall

Emerald Blog: A Second Love

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Every summer, Bay Path University’s MFA program in Creative Nonfiction writing offers a weeklong Writing Seminar based in Dingle, a town nestled on the Atlantic coast on the western shore of County Kerry, Ireland. Each day throughout the week, Seminar Facilitator Suzanne Strempek Shea gives […]

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The Bean by Tony Sedgwick

Emerald Blog: The Bean

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Every summer, Bay Path University’s MFA program in Creative Nonfiction writing offers a weeklong Writing Seminar based in Dingle, a town nestled on the Atlantic coast on the western shore of County Kerry, Ireland. Each day throughout the week, Seminar Facilitator Suzanne Strempek Shea gives […]

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Brick House Redux by Kim MacQueen

Emerald Blog: Brick Ranch Redux

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Every summer, Bay Path University’s MFA program in Creative Nonfiction writing offers a weeklong Writing Seminar based in Dingle, a town nestled on the Atlantic coast on the western shore of County Kerry, Ireland. Each day throughout the week, Seminar Facilitator Suzanne Strempek Shea gives […]

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