Category Archives: Ambulatory Poesy

Ambulatory Poesy: Packing My Library

                          I always wrote a travel narrative before I set off on a trip so that during the journey I’d have something to quote from. —Yoko Tawada Packing … Continue reading

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Ambulatory Poesy: Altered States

Ambulatory Poesy Altered States by Danielle Henderson illustration by Nancy Bach I left in a snowstorm. Whiteout conditions: Skating carefully through the smooth white flakes, slowly shedding the small towns and smaller worlds. Unable to see 10 feet past the … Continue reading

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