I'm so excited to share that I was featured on the cover of this month's issue of Books & Buzz Magazine! In the feature article, I talk my shameless love for books, my history in design, and the current projects filling my days.
Month: June 2020
Poetry Excerpt from “Crossing the Meadow”
I listen to a lark chirrup in the reedsbeside a bay laurel,flitting--hurried and winded--above the meadow,trampled and slick with dewwhere the mule deer have bedded downin the night. Excerpt from The Weight of Snow c. B. L. Bruce BUY THE BOOK https://www.instagram.com/p/CCBgYwmDTxR/
Poetry Excerpt from “Desert Moon”
I wake to sounds of the whales surfacingin the calm bay, stirredfrom dreams of the Dorado,the dimming of the impossible colors:indigo, mustard, viridian, crimson. c. B. L. BruceExcerpt from "Desert Moon," The Weight of Snowhttps://amzn.to/2ZR5rbd https://www.instagram.com/p/CB53-2CDKCY/
Each eveningthe shifting of wings—starlings to roost. c. B. L. Bruce https://www.instagram.com/p/CB3Ky4Ij80_/
Follow Me on Instagram (@thepoesis)
As I embark on my journey to revive more of my own personal work, I've taken to posting poems, prose, and more on a brand new, focused Instagram account. The lines between profession and personal began to blur, so I'm setting aside a special space to get real and vulnerable and share the work that [...]
Nature/Adventure Documentary “The Devil’s Road: A Baja Adventure” to Stream at the Virtual Big Bear Film Festival
The nature/adventure documentary I helped create and produce, The Devil's Road, will be streaming for a limited time at the virtual Big Bear Film Festival from June 12 - July 12 as an Official Selection. Passes are now on sale. If you enjoy the film and would like to support it, please consider voting for it [...]
I was struck by the magnitude of the silence.
I was struck by the magnitude of the silence. The air seemed charged with stillness. Even now, after nightfall, a deafening silence has descended. The woods turned black as pitch. I once feared the dark, and perhaps that fear hasn't quite left me. Excerpt from 28 Days of Solitude