Carol S. Mann
Bits and Pieces
“He knew everyone had flaws. People fell from grace all the time. But some people fell further than others.” From “Ferrelli’s Fall” (Creek Songs).
Tag Archives: Virginia Woolf
What is it about a lighthouse?
What is it about a lighthouse and lighthouses in general? They seem to trigger tales of adventure or danger or disaster. They attract artists and photographers who want to capture their majesty and stalwart strength against nature. Writers such as … Continue reading
Posted in Creativity, fiction writing, Finding Ideas: The Creative Process, Inspiration, Looking for Inspiration, poetry, Reading, short story, Writing Tagged couplet, Edgar Allan Poe, fiction, ghazal, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, lighthouse, lighthouse mystique, poetic style, poetry, rhyme, syllables, Virginia Woolf, writing 10 Comments
Books, Shakespeare, Cats, and Lithia Water
The small city of Ashland, Oregon, located just north of the California/Oregon border near Interstate 5, is known for its Shakespeare Festival. I haven’t been there for a few years but have great memories of the place. My parents lived … Continue reading
Posted in Creativity, Finding Ideas: The Creative Process, Inspiration, Looking for Inspiration, Reading Tagged Allen Elizabethan Theatre, Angus Bowmer Theatre, Ashland, Ashland Shakespearean Festival, Bloomsbury, Bloomsbury Book Store, Bloomsbury Books, books, Hamlet, John Ford, lithia water, Oregon, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, plays, Shakespeare, Shakespeare Festival, Southern Oregon University, Theatre, Thomas Theatre, Virginia Woolf 2 Comments