Dad, Do you remember the photos you showed me years ago, Ansel Adams in Yosemite? I said it wasn’t real, nothing is that perfect. Remember? I went there, stood looking, and still I’m not certain. Maybe it was in my mind. Maybe it’s no longer […]
Essay: The farmer invites us for a tour of the small church a short walk from his farmhouse. It’s a remnant of colonial days when Iceland was under the rule of Denmark, their attempt to turn pagans into Christians. We are guests staying in the manor […]
Why I Ride: Some people dream of fast cars and a luxury lifestyle. My dream is to free-wheel around ancient towns in the south of France soaking in the atmosphere. Riding my bike makes me feels like a kid again. Woohoo! I’m a free-spirit with […]
Come Drive with Me Driving west near Grand Island, across the braided Platte one more time, my–our–road begins its lone stunning uphill path across Nebraska. We pass train after train, intense-orange engines, cars heaped with black coal. Then suddenly, Sandhills! Anchored by Little Blue Stem […]
BIO: Michelle Brooks has published a collection of poetry, Make Yourself Small, (Backwaters Press), and a novella, Dead Girl, Live Boy, (Storylandia Press). Her poetry collection, Pretty in A Hard Way, will be published by Finishing Line Press in 2019.