I love okra. I love to eat it, especially broiled with olive oil, salt, fresh pepper. It must be fresh … More
During the early days of the pandemic the Mississippi River Levee bike trail behind our house filled up with people … More
Follow this link to view the May 2020 look book of available original art.
I felt my female ancestors clawing their way up my throat, grappling for control of my tongue so they could look into that innocent face and sweetly tell her what a craptastic mess she had made of her hair.
Yet another of the scholarship essays I’ve written (that ahepaid not one dram in scholarship money, BTW). thsi one … More
Here’s the first chapter of my book, “Farewell to Egypt”. It is a very American story, one that will at … More
This latest in the Scholarship Essays Series, done for an application offered by The HouseMethod.com. As an Architectural Design major … More
Another in The ScholarshpEssays series. I think this was the shortest of them all and is extremely distilled version of … More
This entry into the Scholarship Essays was being awarded by, I believe, an architecture firm. It asked us to compare … More
This unusual essay topic asked students to examine how a piece of art had impacted their lives. it was serendipidous … More