A new year has begun, and with it new beginnings.
Weights of past years have been being lifted, clearing the path for more adventures. And that worry-energy I can now focus upon what matters most to me: my poetic voice. This year, I am sure, will open the way to not only more wondrous landscapes, but also more achievements in the realm of the literary world.
While away a snowy (or rainy) day and escape to Peru, Ecuador and the enchanted Galapagos Islands (including a series of articles on the isles’ stunning fauna). And this month, there is something a bit additional: two essays on Ecuadorian writers, plus a translation of a story by a third author of that Andean country.
And until we next meet …..
NEW LITERARY EXPRESSIONS
“Vigil” in Mojave River Review (Vol 3 No 2 Fall/Winter 2017)
… and something a bit different – two articles and a translation for the new website, Ecuador Fiction:
“Night Matters” by Ney Yépez (translation)
NEW TRAVEL EXPRESSIONS
Insider’s Galapagos / Galapagos Travel Planner
Please feel free to contact me if you would like an article or translation from my pen, or invite me to participate in a literary event.
And to this new year, full of endless possibilities!