• We sleep in the desert
    on a land full of stories
    and all night the wind reads the news.

    The Word is written
    everywhere on the land.

    from "Easter, Picacho Peak"
    Laura Girardeau
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September 11, 2007



Susan, I enjoyed this piece, and it reads like something from a nature magazine...personal, yet objective at the same time. I realize that it is already published, but this may also find a home in a nature oriented magazine, including some of those published by non-profit environmental groups.

Susan J Tweit

Laura, thanks so much for your comment. I'm so swamped with writing assignments that I'm just focused on meeting my immediate deadlines and not on finding new homes for my work. (I'm juggling assignments from AUDUBON - green roofs, POPULAR MECHANICS - the technology used to track wildlife, YOUNGARTS - a profile of a young dancer that required me to interview his mentor, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and a two-book set on Colorado's Scenic Byway routes that has me exploring landscapes I thought I knew.) But your comments gave me an idea that I'll pursue when I have time to breathe!


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