Wednesday, January 7, 2009

End of the Line

In a week or so, this little blog will shut down. I plan to keep up with my favorite blogs and may post a comment now and then on those blogs. And I'll keep writing, maybe even submitting some essays and poems for publication. But I have grown weary of the blog thing.

The final post will feature one sublime Brautigan piece, one amazing drummer video, one mediocre poem of my own, and a picture of a nice pot. That should pretty much sum things up.

Thanks for reading and commenting during the short life of this blog. I appreciate it.

Have a wonderful 2009!

6 comments:

Penelope said...

Well, I'll miss the "stuff about some other stuff" and will hope to see you popping in now and then. You have reminded me about Brautigan, whom I hadn't read since high school. I have enjoyed that and will look forward to seeing the poem and reading the pot. Or vice versa. Good luck in next ventures! Hope to meet you in person one of these days (I know Kathy a little from Family Ed days).

Greg said...

Wow! Sorry to hear you're going fishing elsewhere, but I wish you all the best. You know where to find me and I'll be posting when my book is available, so do stay in touch. Cheers, Ed!

Bleeet said...

No more Poetry and Pottery... Thanks, Jim.

Jim H. said...

Bleet/Brendon:

Thanks for quitting or thanks for the almost 200 posts to date?

Thanks,

Jim

Rob Hardy said...

Jim—
You're still having the solo show next month, aren't you? I'd love to do a little story for Northfield.org about that, and about your pottery in general. I love your two pieces in the NAG Members Show, and you have some excellent things on sale in the NAG shop. Any chance we could meet for coffee someday and talk so I could work up an N.org story?
—Rob

Jim H. said...

Rob:

The show is in mid-March, so there's plenty of time. I'd be flattered by any coverage. Coffee any time. I'll e-mail you separate from this comment thread (if that's what it's called).

Grazie!