Saturday, August 20, 2011

Saturday Good Reads

It was a busy week for good stuff online: an anniversary for the King James Bible, reflections on the London riots, famine in Africa, a poem about a nymph, a graphic novel (which I’ve placed in Short Stories), a video about a mission accomplished, and so much more.


Four Centuries of Love and Suffering for the Word” by Barrymore Laurence Scherer for the Wall Street Journal.

The Allure of Contrast” by Diane Walker at Contemplative Photography.

The Summer of Our Content” by American Digest.

Jack Clemo: Poet of the Clay” by D.S. Martin at Kingdom Poets.

When the Compass Tilts” by L.L.Barkat at Seedlings in Stone.

Monday Muse on the ‘One Hundred’ Poems” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

The Way School Used to Be” and I Left the Church Behindby Matt Appling at The Church of No People.

A Drive through America” by Tim Challies at Informing the Reformed.

He Has the Right” by Jason Vana.

"Nighttime Prayers" by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.

"What I Would Still Say" by Jeanne Damoff at The View From Here.

"Heart Is Where the Home Is" by Jennifer Dukes-Lee ay Getting Down With Jesus.

"Thrift Store Trophy Case" by David Rupert at Red-Letter Believers.

"Why Are There Not More Riots?" by Justin Taylor at Between Two Worlds.

"A Loss of Principles" by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.

"There is a famine" by Duane Scott.

"Praying for Bad News" by Fatha Frank at Public Christianity.

"Boundaries Not Walls" by Jessica McGuire at Jezamama.


What a Party!” by Michael Dodaro at Lyric Arts Forum.

A Naked Eye Turned Inward” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

"When these hands ripen" by Claire Burge.

"Sunday Poem: Grace" by Heather Truett at Madame Rubies.

"Nymph loved in youth" by B.K. McKenzie at Signed...BKM."

"You Left" by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy. 

"Haunted House" by Karen Eck at Karenee Art.

"By These You Know Me" by Rob Kistner at Image and Verse. 

Paintings and Photographs

Hum, Hum, Humming” and “God Moments with G-Ma and Grace: Monday” by Sandra Heska King.

Good morning” by J of India at Neither Use Nor Ornament.

Lonely House (Iceland)” by Marcusuke (via Andrew Piper).

In the dark” by Nancy Rosberg at A Little Somethin’.

"Light in the Forest," watermedia on Yupo by Randall David Tipton.

"Big Sky" by Steve Gravano at Take a Look Around.

"PhotoDiary: August 17, 2011" by Tim Good at Photography by Tiwago.

"Abbey Road Riot" by Whole of the Internet via Andrew Piper.

Short Stories

"Portfolio on Demand" by Sara Barkat via Green Inventions Central.

Videos and Podcasts

Mission Accomplished” by Greg Sullivan (and son) at Sippican Cottage.

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird,” poem by Wallace Stevens read by Spoken Verse.

La Belle Dames Sans Merci” by John Keats, read by Jasper Britton at Poetic Touch.

Photograph: Red Plates by Nancy Rosback. Used with permission.


L.L. Barkat said...

Thanks for the mention, Glynn. I think you know all about that feeling— the tilting compass—yes?

Oh! and thanks for highlighting Sara's princess-pea. What a gift. :)

Jennifer @ said...

Thank you, Glynn, for including my piece in the roundup here. What a list this is!

I think Nancy's plate photo is just right for those of us who want to feast on these words.

Maude Lynn said...

Thanks for the list! This should keep me busy.

Louise Gallagher said...

Thank you my friend! I am honoured and humbled. and eager to check out the rest of your list that I haven't already visited!

Anonymous said...

a town named after me?
i kind of like
the sound of nanceville

hehehe :-)

thanks for using
the plate stack photo.
the paper on top the plates are
little bags that the folks at a
fabric store in McMinnville use.
i think they are so pretty, i just can't
bring myself to throw them away.
i think i will use them to make envelopes
for letters.
i use to do that in high school. make envelopes
for mailing letters. i would use pages with cool photos from my mom's magazines.

Anonymous said...

use to...
i did it again.
old habits die hard.

used to
used to
used to


Anne Lang Bundy said...

I told myself I could spare an hour for my RSS feed. Nearly two hours later, I've made it little farther than the links in this post. How enriched I've been by your quality compilation, Glynn. Thank you.

Maureen said...

Thank you for the mentions, Glynn.

Isn't Sara's graphic novel "The Princess and the Pea" wonderful?

H. Gillham said...

This blog is always a place to find worthy reading...

Good stuff -- and the adding of the podcast -- great idea -- I used to love Wallace Stevens -- hearing that made me miss teaching, but only for a second before I slapped myself up the side of the head...

but Keats -- *sigh*

Muah, Glynn, muah.

S. Etole said...

Always good things to find here.

Sandra Heska King said...

Thanks so much, Glynn. Thanks for the mentions again this week. I'm honored to be included in this cloud of witnesses. You rock!