Voice of the Earth

    Voice of the Earth

    And still there are places where the pika squeak and thrive, where cold-loving evergreens reach toward the sky, where wild mountain waters run under stone through creases in alpine meadows… . . . …But even those pikas are threatened, so many of the trees have been lost to beetle-kill and other blight, and the waters are low, the snows shallow…

    Moon Neighbor

    Moon Neighbor

    I peeked outside my window to see a nearby porch light on. It brought me a moment of comfort and joy (as any good neighbor does), until I realized, “I’m out in the middle of nowhere with nothing but stars and silence!” And then I saw: the moon,...
    Liminal Insight

    Liminal Insight

    (aka, losing our marbles…) TRUSTING THE WILD MIND: A LISTENING PRACTICE… I was thinking about wild mind last night, remembering how vital it feels to slip out of rational, plotting, methodical thinking, to let the mind wander and expand and take journeys...
    Cry to the Moon (New Video)

    Cry to the Moon (New Video)

    Enjoy this rollicking little video we made for NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest this year! Whee…! Stay in touch... Sign up to receive occasional notes like these, as well as concert and workshop announcements pertinent to your region... Success! First Name Last...
    International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day

    For this International Women’s Day, I can’t think of a better woman to celebrate than my mother, the person who taught me by her simple example that I am whole and complete unto myself, that I am strong and capable and intelligent, that the earth is a...
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