23 October 2022 – Today I learned: why I like spooky but don’t like scary [1]. Eliza Brooke at Dirt: On Spookiness covers it really

Musing: Waiting

Paolo Belcastro in his newsletter Morfternight posted recently about waiting, asking “How much of our life do we spend waiting for something?” This is his

Write 28 Days: Landscape of Memory ~ Someone unrecognizable about to open the door

This month, I’m writing words and posting images relating to the landscape of memory. I hope to write poems most days and also share photos,

Mirrors: Suspension of Presence

Welcome to day 4 of 31 Days of Heterotopias: Motels and Hotels, a month of posts about how motels, hotels, and inns function as heterotopias

About Heterotopias and Liminal Spaces

Heterotopias are spaces that disrupt the continuity and normality of common everyday places, places removed from ordinary time, from the evenly spaced movement of time. Heterotopias

31 Days of Heterotopias: Motels and Hotels :: Introduction

I’m participating once again in the Write 31 Days project this year, as in past years, when my topics were A Sense of Place and