This blog is a cabin for writers and stories, books and essays, poets and poetry, cartoonists, readers, and visionaries. Unlike the quiet cabin Yeats had in mind, this is a place to celebrate when finding creativity that zaps the heart, rattles the brain, floods the senses, and kick-starts the imagination.
Jeanne Lutz is the author of the chapbooks Crustacean, and Hearts and Harrows, and her poetry has appeared in Conduit, NonBinary Review, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Poetry City, USA, on KAXE radio, and elsewhere. A winner of the Loft Mentor Series for poetry, her writing has been supported by the Jerome Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Oberholtzer Foundation. She divides her time between the farm and working at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.