While I was working on my writing chops, I was also doing some art on the side. This pencil drawing was done for the Chicano Studies Dept. of San Diego Mesa College.
One of those home town elegies. Sometimes your home town gives you a serious case of the blues.
Immense waves of flight
out from forests, out
Continuing my weekly series of showing you some of my artwork. This one is called Cheetah, a pen-and-ink I did a few years ago. I like his face.
We're back from our recent adventures in Oregon. Feeling lucky to have been part of the joyous Tin House writing conference, sponsored by the rocking mag of the same name. Cinderella and I stole
"I write for those who have/ no comfort now and will never have any." -- A.R.Ammons
This watercolor was published in a men's magazine called Vision in 1978 or '79. The Mysterious Lady character is based on my grandmother Louise Woodward.
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