I was on the lookout when change came and found me. After twenty years in Paris, after eighteen years of writing, working, and living in the same lovely-crappy-inspiring atelier, I felt myself stagnating, waiting for a chance to break out…
Mexico City is known for its art museums and in the month I was there, I visited many. My favorite was the Frida Kahlo Museum housed in La Casa Azul.
Crashing waves, frangipani, crabs, ceviches, mosquitos, sunsets, scorpions, mangoes, black volcanic sand, full moons, iguanas, hammocks, and cyclones: Mazunte has it all.
Josefina Méndez López is one of the master weavers of Teotitlán del Valle, a Mexican pueblo famous for its woolen carpets with Zapotec designs.
Joshua Tree National Park is a must-see. My photos don't do it justice. The park has many hiking trails and picknick spots and offers generous vistas of beauty.
Thanks to two kind, clever, funny, generous, and inspiring friends, Daniel and I lived in a house in Silver Lake. Our Los Angeles Writing Retreat. We worked on our manuscripts with a view of the mountains. Our kitchen possessed a…
What impressed me the most in Milan was the sprawling, art-infused graveyard known as Cimitero Monumentale di Milano. Here are my best cemetery pictures and favorite grief quotes in honor of the dead.