Archive | June, 2017

Kay’s Journal: The Power of Writing Summit

  One of the great pleasures of teaching is students who take what they’ve learned and run with it to create wonderful things in the world. One such student is Dawn Purcell, a Brit who certified as a Journal to

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Kay’s Journal: The Lone Peony

On May 18, a freak hailstorm caused more than $6 billion (with a B!) in damage to Denver’s west side, creating a six-month closure to a nearby shopping mall and taking out roofs, car windshields, skylights, trees and landscaping with baseball-sized

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Kay’s Journal: Grunge Sisters’ Garage Band Rap

My  older sister, Susie, had a birthday last Friday. Prior, she emailed our younger sister and me to tell us that all she wanted for her birthday was for us to spend the day with her in her garage, downsizing

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June Poem of the Month: The Summer I Was Sixteen

 The Summer I Was Sixteen The turquoise pool rose up to meet us, its slide a silver afterthought down which we plunged, screaming, into a mirage of bubbles. We did not exist beyond the gaze of a boy. Shaking water off our limbs, we lifted up from ladder rungs

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