there’s a big spider living above our front door. it’s built a beautiful web (that you can’t see from the angle i snapped this photo)… so pretty, but also unnerving to walk below.
kitchari with purple kale chips, avocado, sesame seeds, and tomatoes.
fall/winter textiles from stephanie congdon barnes
a friend of mine from high school, ariel, and his wife barrie, were featured in the new issue of wilder quarterly. they live in oakland, and keep chickens in their beautiful backyard. ariel started a new blog about urban chickens called hedgefarming.
i’m reducing the price of MAPS for a special holiday offer, from now until december 18th. regularly priced at $35, MAPS will be on sale for $25 with a new brooklyn map poster thrown in too. thanks very much to those who chose to give my book as a holiday gift!
the beautiful new wiksten shop has launched.
i’ve been posting more lately because using wordpress is so much faster, easier, and more enjoyable than blogger. wish i had made the switch a long time ago!
i started a new section of my blog called BOOKSHELF (i also added the link to the right sidebar). as i say at the top of the page, i love books, and i like supporting books that i love. the page will be ever-changing, with new books that i’m enjoying added regularly.