Tag Archives: Taos

Production Log: “The Aliens Are Coming!” (Part 1)

I attended the Taos Summer Writers’ Conference because I won the D. H. Lawrence Fellowship.  In order to win the fellowship, I had to submit a sample of my recent work which, in this case, was my book City of … Continue reading

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On Conferences and Endings

There’s a point where you think you’re awake, but you’re not.  Your body is under your control, you voice is calm and unslurried, but then you find yourself distanced in the middle of a sentence and you don’t know how … Continue reading

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Picture Pages

Okay, kids, it’s time to grab your crayons and your pencil.  Today we’ll be using pictures from Taos, New Mexico.  Just to satisfy your curiosity, I’ll assure you that the name comes from there being more than one Tao in … Continue reading

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Okay, you got me

It’s late. It’s late. It’s late for a very important date. Namely, this one, where I’m supposed to already have written a post today. And I haven’t, and you know it, and if you didn’t then you know it now, … Continue reading

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On Barren Places

For those of you not following my every move at www.wheresandrewkozmanow.com, my present whereabouts are Taos, New Mexico, a locale that chose me via the Taos Summer Writer’s Conference.  So I’m here for nine days, and I’m very glad to … Continue reading

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