Saturday, June 12, 2010

Saturday Good Reads

This list is somewhat longer than usual -- so many good things to read, so little time.


Gotta Give It Some Thought” by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.

Adam and…Who?” by Christy at Notable Blogger.

Theology From Baseball” by Sarah Salter.

Flags and Fractions” by Lainie Gallagher.

The Perfect Game,” "Pretending" and "Your Story" by Billy Coffey.

Spielberg’s Godly Sniper” by Patton Dodd at The Image Journal.

Government Flunks the Test of Trust in the Gulf” by Ron Fournier of Associated Press.

I Failed Him” by Tim Challies at Informing the Reforming.

Taking the Plunge” and "Returning the Favor" by Duane Scott.

How to Raise Geniuses” by Ann Voskamp at A Holy Experience.

That other loud and accidental point of time” by Kelly Foster at The Image Journal.

He Does Me In” by Jessica McGuire for the MOB (Mothers of Boys) Society.

Broken” by Doug Spurling at Spurling Silver.

PBS Makes Me Desperate to See a Video Game Orchestra” by Keith Wilson at The Robotto-Mulatto.

Strength” by Bridget Chumbley.

Faith Heroes – The Passing of Greatness” by Jay Cookingham at Soulfari.

Wiki-Culture” by David Griffith at The Image Journal.

Prose and Video

Priscilla Ahn “Dares to Dream” by Jeanne Damoff for The Master’s Artist.


See This Heart” by Nancy Rosback at Poems and Prayers.

The Grove: A Poem Dedicated to a Street Near You” and "The Scarecrow and the Cougar" by Pete Marshall.

Volcano” by Milton Brasher-Cunningham at Don’t Eat Alone.

Where Laughing Gulls Hover” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

Unready” and “Midnight Words” by Karen Eck at Phoenix-Karenee.

Catch a Falling Star” and “On Waking Up” by Melissa at All the Words.

Day’s Last Light” by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.

Romanitas,” “At the silent doors of night,” and “Slaying the Old Man” by Justinian at Delight and Glory and Oddity and Light.

The Raven and the Crow,” Poem of the Day at Men Shall Know Nothing of This.

Anger – 3 Contemplations” by Rob Kistner at Image & Verse.

Photograph: Lamp, by Nancy Rosback. Used with Permission.


Maureen said...

Rob's poems were quite moving. I'm glad you've included him. I've re-read nAncY's several times. As you say, so much that's worth the time to read. Thank you for including me in the mentions. That little poem took me the better part of a day to write, and I'm pleased with how it turned out.

Anonymous said...

thank you, glynn, for your support and friendship. i really mean that.

i intend to check out all the places on this list that i have not been to yet. and maybe even revisit the others.


S. Etole said...

Missed some of these ... appreciate the good things you bring to our attention.