Welcome to the October Blender of Love Digest! September was a great
month for the Blender, a recovery from the summer lull, and this
month reaps the benefits of that annual reawakening.
So this month features a back-to-normal Ramble, a review of a brilliant graphic novel, and
all the usual poetic and prose goodness the monthly Digest brings. Enjoy, and feel
free to check out anything you may have missed during the summer!
--Kirk, Blender Keeper
- Address to a Train - Odd Nelsonson
Submitted by email@example.com.
The Author gives the background as
"Jack London once met a woman on a train and stayed with her in their sleeper from Chicago to Oakland"
- What Happens When Fate Is Busy? - Cinderella
The problem of the theory "The One" and a possible solution.
- untitled - erin
- Excellent piece on what can happen when
the brain and heart are at odds after a breakup.
- front line - Misti Velvet Rainwater
- All not being fair in love and war; love as war.
- Erase Me - Shadygirl
A plea for losing and finding everything.
- Cherry Chapstick - kate
A short bumpy piece on the nostalgia brought on my the littlest of things.
- One Day At A Time - Jeanmarie
A sometimes beautiful sometimes awkward piece on parlaying a friendship into romance.
- Simple - heart Song
- A clever short piece on finding solutions.
- bloody lip - ZoE
- Unkind cuts.
- jeff, the truck driver - firstname.lastname@example.org
A joyous celebration of "that tantilizing boy"
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.
- Ramble Regarding Romance
- "Categorically Romantic" - can the boxes we put past love in be a good thing?
- Featured Artist Review
- Jason Lutes' beautiful picture novel Jar of Fools
- Blender Board
- Conversation and Comments sent in over the past month.
Playing With Words, a small publisher, is looking for true stories of romance
to be published in a book by next Valentine's Day-- deadline is November 1st.
More information on the project is available at the PWW Website
I've calmed down a lot about the Y2K issue
and have even found a
great article explaining some of the hysteria
(I mirrored it here, if the above link doesn't work.)