A Parliment of Owls: Native American Myths of the Southwest

I spent 19 years exploring Southwestern deserts and the stories of the native peoples who live there. It didn’t take long to learn that certain stories are only told in the winter, when the world is at rest. Stories about owls fall into this category. Seeing as it’s snowing in Colorado, it seems as thoughContinue reading “A Parliment of Owls: Native American Myths of the Southwest”

A Great Start to a New Year

Winter is my favorite season of the year. There is something about dark days and long nights that nourishes my soul. The cold and quiet that comes with deep winter allows me the time to contemplate the direction of my creative work. In An Unspoken Hunger, Terry Tempest Williams writes about these connections between placeContinue reading “A Great Start to a New Year”