The wheel of the year is turning toward Spring. It’s time to begin again, and welcome life anew. As the new bits of green arise from the soil and branches, as the sharp spikes of daffodils and the beautiful, chaste blossoms of snow-drops grace the landscape, I am ready for renewal and to resurrect this blog again.

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“A book too can be a star, a living fire to lighten the darkness, leading out into the expanding Universe.” – Madeleine L’Engle. I mentioned in a recent newsletter that with the oncoming of spring, ideas have begun to burst after the dormancy of winter.  Stories, articles, and art fill every waking moment.  I have […]

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“Why the Green Man?” is a question I am asked constantly at festivals and talks. The Green Man has been on this journey of life with me for a long, long time…

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The last few weeks of dire predictions of violence from terrorists and military powers and the natural disasters from wildfires, earthquakes, hurricanes, floods…

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Whether it’s the original version from Eddie Floyd, or the more recent version from Amii Stewart, the expression to “Knock on Wood”…

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Maryland Author Sharon Brubaker is back to blogging in her most recent post…

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I’m back in the blog saddle again. Apologies to all my readers for the blog hiatus…

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Sharon took a quick break with the family after putting the finishing touches of Between Earth and Sea to visit a live seal at Hershey Park…

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The blizzard Jonas has left the Mid-Atlantic covered in a thick blanket of snow. Needless to say, when the groundhog did not see his shadow…

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At this holiday time of year, many places of worship have a ceremony for “the hanging of the greens.” There is a bit of mash-up as a new…

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