Chapter 1 of "Pacific Memories" is now complete. The Monroe has crossed the equator, its men duly inducted into the Order of King Neptune. A cook's unsettling habits are grublingly tolerated. The ship arrives safely in New Zealand, and my father describes the mood as the men look out from the lighted deck, to the strains of "Anacreon In Heaven." Read the story at Pacific Memories.
New poetry at Wilderness Vision. Like most of my sister's best poetry, these pieces were written during her late teen years, around 1978 - 1982. I don't have exact dates for her works at the moment, but I will post them as soon as I find them.