The Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) supports of a myriad of wildlife — deer, moose, squirrels, butterfly larvae, aphids, porcupines, raccoon, song birds, woodpeckers, honeybees — and can live up to 500 years. (U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service)
…there are some interesting things happening over at Three Chairs Publishing!
EXHIBIT: Where the Whole Universe Dwells
Preview images from our upcoming book at this exhibit presented by the Arts Council of Greater New Haven at Perspectives…The Gallery at Whitney Center in Hamden, CT through August 27.
POETRY READING: Guilford Poets Guild
Enjoy poems by GPG members Nan Meneely and Jen Payne on Thursday, September 14, 6:30 p.m. at the Guilford Free Library, Guilford, CT.
BOOK LAUNCH: Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind
Watch for details about the special book launch event, scheduled for October 14 & October 15 at the Martha Link Walsh Gallery in Branford, CT.
Watch for more details on our the Three Chairs Publishing website page, coming soon!
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I Purex Mountain Breeze Water Alcohol Ethoxy Sulfate Sodium Carbonate Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate Sodium Chloride Alcoholy Ethoxylate Sodium Polyacrylate Fatty Acids Disodium Diaminostilbene Disulfonate Tetrasodium EDTA Methylisothiazolinone Fragrance Liquitint Blue II Pure Mountain Breeze Willow Aspen Elm Sassafras Sycamore Cedar Larch Apple Spruce Shadbush Chestnut Arborvitae Evergreen Sourwood and Pine Fir Ash Dogwood Douglas Fir… Continue reading Man vs. Nature
Offered as an antidote to the fast pace of our lives and the toll it takes on our minds and spirits, the book LOOK UP! Musings on the Nature of Mindfulness is a clarion call to get up and get out — to look up from our work, our distractions, our routines — and to… Continue reading Discover the Magic of Nature: Just in Time for the Holidays!
Having recently fallen apart myself, I reeked of paper and pencil dust when I told him there were days I was still surprised to find legs carrying me to the mailbox. His doctor told him to seek solace, connect with friends. Mine said simply: “Breathe” I’d been blessed to locate a lung without the heart… Continue reading Consolation
how do we change? accommodate? make room? or rooms? is there even room? is this space infinite or finite? can we build additions into which we pour new foundations? or rest on settlements of stone and suffering? beings of air and light are never fixed, love even the ground shifts beneath our feet
She tells me there is no escape from this. It’s in my genes. And while she goes on about brains and chemistry and the natural proclivity of species to procreate, I wonder… Do birds redefine the space between wings to accommodate a change in flight so late in the season? Do bees make sacrifices in… Continue reading the slow migration of love