Join Celebration program host Charlotte Neild for a wide ranging interview with me in search of wonders hidden in plain sight. We explore everything from Quonset huts to abandoned cemeteries and talk about the power of positive looking to make every day life more vibrant. Go to http://188.8.131.52/Cablecast/Public/Show.aspx?ChannelID=1&ShowID=27582 to see the program. It may change the way you look at the world.
Take a tour around Connecticut's northwest corner and find what's hidden in plain sight with Happening in the Hills, a new online magazine all about beautiful and intriguing Litchfield County, a land of big trees, classic town greens, cider mills, abandoned roads, old milestones and many other objects and phenomena that we may encounter every day but rarely notice. Read this article and catch the spirit of discovery that will have you looking at familiar places with new eyes. Fascinating stories beckon to us wherever we go.
Take a quick tour of historic, natural and quirky wonders hidden in plain sight through the pages of today's Hartford Courant. A lively article by long-time nature writer and jounalist Steve Grant discusses the virtues of deep travel and then takes readers on a fast paced ramble to roadside springs, octagon houses, neglected graveyards, Nike missile sites, Quonset huts and other marvels not far from wherever you live. Start discovering the jewels that exist all around and within easy reach. Find it online at: http://www.courant.com/features/hc-connecticut-landscapes-20120810,0,7123992.story
Join me on a wide ranging radio adventure with River Valley Rhythms host Stephan Allison on Middletown's WESU, 88.1 FM. We cover the concept of DEEP TRAVEL, my new book Hidden in Plain Sight, and verbally ramble through the countryside on a voyage of discovering the overlooked commonplace things all around us.
Can't come to a reading? Get it live only one step removed! Check out my televised poetry reading at http://simsburytv.org/video/6063662 and travel from the deepest interior emotional confines to the unlimited spaciousness of the stars without parting company with the comfort of your computer screen. Don't leave written words to print alone. Listen to poetry and watch those words leap off the page and dance (or at least try to)!
Join David and River Valley Rhythms radio host Stephan Allison for a wide ranging discussion of poetry and the creative process. David also reads a few poems and Stephan follows through with engaging commentary and questions. Originally broadcast on WESU 88.1 fm in Middletown, Connecticut on January 28, 2010, the program is now available anytime and anywhere at: