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Paint Creek Traverse

March 31st, 2017

Paint Creek, from Lake Orion Village southwest to the mill ruins in March flood.

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Tributary

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It says “Please Add”. Took me awhile to get it.

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They don’t call it Paint Creek for nothing.

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And a last year’s spent puffball.

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Readercon Schedule

July 9th, 2012

Sadly I can only be at Readercon this year for Thursday and Friday. I’m missing a lot of great stuff, including the Odyssey reading on Saturday afternoon at 2. And it looks like there won’t be a Homeless Moon chapbook this time around.

On the other hand, they’ve given me what may be the perfect single day con schedule: on Friday afternoon I have two panels on the intersection of fiction writing and ebook publishing, and in the evening a solo reading where I get to read a story along the same theme. This never happens to me: an excuse to hit my talking points. An excuse to appear as though I have talking points! Huzzah.

Update: I think I’ll put my panel notes up here so people can find the few links I’ve got in there and struggle to follow along if they like. See below.

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Turkey, Heron, Vulture, Rail

March 8th, 2010


Ocellated Turkey, Meleagris ocellata


Great egret, Ardea alba, in the breakwater swamps inland of Monterrico.


A black vulture, Coragyps atratus, on the ruins of Temple 1.


I think this is a tyrant flycatcher, Tyrannus verticalis. They nest in the western US in the summer.


And a gray-necked wood-rail or chiricote, Aramides cajanea. These were super hilarious to watch walking around with their little tail-feather tuft and their bizarro backwards knees. They are lowland marsh birds, no doubt prayed upon by the caimán–of which I have a picture somewhere.

Getting to the end of the Guate pictures, though. I’ll save that one for last.

Fine thing about these Guatemala pictures…I get to gaze on their green jewel-eyed wonder and not think about how spring is not yet here and there’s still snow in the hills. Going to the Smith Bulb Show this week–another ritual of anticipation.

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