Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Ritual and Repetition

Posted Feb 8 2011 in , , , ,

On yesterday’s post about making writing sacred, Marcella commented that she was working on this and that she thought ritual and repetition were key. Oh yes, yes, yes. If we’re going to continue to use religious practice as a model, that is absolutely the method used worldwide to create sacred space. I think it’s useful […]

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Writing as Sacred Space

Posted Feb 7 2011 in , , ,

I got to talking with my writing buddy, Laura Bickle, last night. She’s gearing up for the release of Rogue Oracle, the second in her forensic Tarot series that she writes as Alayna Williams. Dealing with the selling end of stuff is not so fun. Especially for those of us who were never really inclined […]

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Piecing It Together

Posted Jan 7 2011 in , , , ,

I used to sew a lot. My grandmother was a great seamstress, so I suppose I come by it naturally. In my twenties, I really got into quilting. Some of them turned out pretty fabulous, too, including a King-Size Wedding-Ring quilt I made for a college roomie. Eventually I had to quit. I quilted more […]

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It’s the Little Things

Posted Nov 18 2010 in , ,

This is actually a sunrise picture. Ha! Tricked you, didn’t I? Yeah, the sun here, it goes up, it goes down. Sometimes with clouds, sometimes without. Always doing something. I have this friend whose marriage has been going bad for the last several years. It was one of those long-time coming deals. He’d been a […]

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