Saturday, September 3, 2011

Saturday Good Reads

J of India is in Delhi, and when he travels, he takes photographs – wonderful photographs that are more like paintings. His journey is starting in “Raring to Go.” Then there’s a wonderful sestina poem by Maureen Doallas (and hear her read it). And for fun – two dancers display 100 years of fashion in less than two minutes. And a whole lot more.


The Best Friday Night This Dad Has Ever Had” and “The Most Unlikely Friend” by Shawn Smucker.

What Killed American Lit.” Joseph Epstein reviews The Cambridge History of the American Novel for the Wall Street Journal.

Business is Not Baseball” and “The Myth of Managerial Planning” by Michael Dodaro at Working Dangerously.

Seamus Heaney” by D.S. Martin at Kingdom Poets.

In Hymns” by L.L. Barkat at Love Notes to Yahweh.

Good Company” by Michael Perkins at Untitled.

Support for our support” by Kathy Richards at Katdish.

"Curators for the Master Artist" by Ryan Tate at The Compelling Parade. 

"To  the One Who Heals" by Sandra Heska King.

"Real Love" by Charity Singleton at Wide Open Spaces.

"Snapshots" by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.

"Caught in a Net of Poetry" by Diane Walker at Contemplative Photography.

For When You Need to Say You’re Sorry” by Jennifer Dukes-Lee at Getting Down With Jesus.

Why do I believe that?” by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.

When You Can’t Describe the Indescribable” by David Rupert at Red-Letter Believers.

All is Grace” by Duane Scott.

Tear the Roof Off the Sucka” by Greg Sullivan at Sippican Cottage.

Raring to Go” by J of India at Neither Use Nor Ornament.


All Souls” by Brian Miller at WayStationOne.

Night” by Brendan MacOdrum at Oran’s Well.

Beyond a Midsummer’s Dream” and “Yours” by Nancy Rosback at A Little Somethin’.

Ode to Highway 13” by Lorenzo at Crowned with Laurels.

Dichroic delusions” by B.K. McKenzie at Signed…BKM.

Golden” by Rob Kistner at Image and Verse.

What Happens When” by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper.

Sometimes Death” by Tim Good at Poetry by Tiwago.

A Little Pronoun” by Monica Sharman at Know-Love-Obey God.

Before They Knew” by Robbie Pruitt.

Paintings and Photographs

Manitoba Sunrise” by Maggie’s Farm.

An Old Tattered Tiger” and “The End of Summer” by Tim Good at Photography by Tiwago.

Sunday’s Child” by J of India at Neither Nor Ornament, with links to the photos for the other six days.

Golden River 1,” watercolor on paper, by David Page Coffin at DPC:Watermedia.

Flying Colors” by Susan Etole at Just…A Moment.

Grey Areas – From Film to Fiddling” by Nancy Rosback for High Calling Focus.

Fort William, Ben Nevis, Isle of Skye, Scotland” by Claire Burge. (These photos were posted in May but I just ran across them; they’re so beautiful that I had to share the link.)

"For the Beauty" by Jeanne Damoff for All The Church Ladies.

"Noah and the Flood -- A Dramatic Interpretation" by Erin Kilmer at Together for Good.


Ozymandias” by Percy Bysshe Shelley, read by Tom O’Bedlam at Spoken Verse.

Bird” by Pablo Neruda, read by Poem of the Day at Poeticchannel.

The Power of Words” by PurpleContent, via Pete Faur.

Photograph: Work by Nancy Rosback. Used with permission.


L.L. Barkat said...

Thanks for the mention :) I think the girls and I are really going to love this hymn time together!

H. Gillham said...

"and a whole lot more" is right..

Great stuff here.

Louise Gallagher said...

It is always such a joy to go through your list on a Saturday -- though this Saturday I won't have time, I'm back on the road to Vancouver.

Thank you for including me amongst such a stellar gathering!

Michael Dodaro said...

Thanks, Glynn.

Brian Miller said...

nice...thanks glynn...will enjoy a few of the others this morning as well!

Maureen said...

Thank you for the shout-out, Glynn. It was unexpected and very kind of you.

Great list of reads and images.

Sandra Heska King said...

Thanks so much, Glynn. Always amazed to be included in such fine company.

SippicanCottage said...

Hello, Glynn.

S. Etole said...

A thank you from me as well ... there are some links here I hadn't discovered yet.

Anonymous said...

my table of art
i can see
the light
there is no use
i must go on