And honorary Kentucky Colonel. I teach interdisciplinary courses in the University of New Mexico's Honors College and am the instructor/faculty advisor for the Western Regional Honors Council's award-winning magazine Scribendi. In my spare time, I am usually involved in some combination of open space, white space, CMYK and RGB, flash nonfiction, long trails, f-stops, line breaks, and several Adobe Programs running simultaneously.
The other day, I sat having coffee with a friend who has just entered his second year of law school. We talked about the tomes he carries to class, the massive amounts of reading and writing, and the creativity needed to frame information as arguments. He surprised me with an off-the-cuff comment, saying, “You … Read More
I am heading to Iceland to present at the Nonfiction Now Conference in Reykjavik. To prepare for my international travel, I set up a Google alert for headlines about Iceland. Here is the last month in headlines: The miraculous story of Iceland Iceland’s Water Cure Outside Of Reykjavík: Mountains, Sagas And… Goats Why Is Iceland So … Read More
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman sounds like an interesting book: “Drawing on decades of research in psychology that resulted in a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, Daniel Kahneman takes readers on an exploration of what influences thought example by example, sometimes with unlikely word pairs like “vomit and banana.” […}Thinking, Fast and Slow gives … Read More