Indira Ganesan

Writing, books, and coffee

Archive for September 2012

Photographs, then Monet, then Questions

The Cape’s monsoon season has started.  Hardly, but there has been rain and grey skies that burst open into afternoon gold.  This morning’s rain must have been the sound of wind through the trees.  Autumn is here, but early days. I discovered some photographs from my summer jaunt to Martha’s Vineyard.  It feels strange to attach my name to these, but they are photographs using an iPod with enhancement features. […]

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The Final Edits

Over a year ago, my novel was accepted, and I have worked on its various stages before it comes out in print this winter.  To say I am mildly obsessed about it is putting it, well, mildly.  When my last book came out, the towers were still with us, the X-Files were on the air, and I had never see a Whole Foods.  I had just learned to use email […]

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A bit of Goethe

Possibly my love of window shopping translates into my love of surfing the WordPress theme showcase for new ways to present this blog.  This design or “theme” is called Manifest, created by Jim Barraud.  I was looking at a theme called Linen, and previewed it to see how this blog would appear in new dress.  As I scrolled to the very bottom, I came across this:  A wonderful serenity has […]

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