Mary S. Black's blog:
C.M. Mayo, Marfa Mondays, and Writing
"...it’s moving through the majesty of vast spaces and so retrieving a relationship with both the earth and the sky, and always, a burning curiosity about the people of its past and its present. That is certainly true for me about the rock art, especially that of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands." [READ MORE]
Michele Orwin's Bacon and Books blog:
Women and Independent Publishing - An Interview with C.M. Mayo, award-winning author, journalist, poet, translator and publisher.
"Writing can be a tricky path (especially when we start discussing publishing!) but it is also a joyous one. For me it’s about exploring the complexity of what it means to be human and, in fashioning a narrative, creating both meaning and beauty. Whether this genre or that genre, it’s all poetry. Nowadays we can crunch a bunch of sales and click data, but this doesn’t change the fact that a book still goes out to largely opaque response. So one has to write and publish with a big dose of crazy faith. That has always been true, and I think it will continue to be true for as long as humans can put words on some surface for others to decipher." [READ MORE]
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