Posts in the “FLORA + FAUNA” category


by angeliska on May 1, 2012

I am alas, not out a’Maying, drinking rose cordials in meadows or naked night-swimming under the moon. I am not laughing and dancing around a Maypole, or jumping over bonfires, like a fleet-footed fairy over the flames. Instead I am (…)

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Cygnet Honey

by angeliska on February 20, 2011

Heptu Bidding Farewell To The City Of Obb by John Duncan ✸ An Interview With Roxanne Carter by David Hoenigman from Word Riot I have long admired Roxanne’s work from afar, and this one question interview only solidifies the notion (…)

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Maraschino Honey

by angeliska on December 1, 2010

★ This interview with Patti Smith in Japan just rocks my world. She is so raw, and unafraid – totally unfiltered, totally high. This world needs more role models like her. “I might be 31 years old, but I’ve just (…)

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Vultures + Persimmons

by angeliska on November 26, 2010

Yesterday afternoon, we made the journey over hill and dale on the first of our familial holiday pilgrimages. I hear all the time complaints about the lack of seasons in Texas, and our pitiful lack of autumn – untrue, I (…)

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The J.B. Blunk Residency

by angeliska on October 26, 2010

Back in September, when I was visiting San Francisco, I had the opportunity to experience a very magical place, high up in the green hills of Inverness: The J.B. Blunk Residency, which is sort of a secluded zen fairy cabin-haven (…)

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The Museum of Ephemerata – Underground

by angeliska on August 12, 2010

We recently took a trip deep into the bowels of the earth to visit our dear friends Scott and Jen Webel at their amazing new exhibit of cthonic mysteries. I remember back when I was still living in New Orleans, (…)

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Mermaid Corpseflower Honey

by angeliska on July 16, 2010

✸ One of my favorite films ever, I Am Dina, is available for your viewing pleasure on Hulu right now, and though it’s not the ideal medium to watch something so incredibly beautiful and powerful – it’s free! Also, I’m (…)

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Peachtree Moon

by angeliska on June 30, 2010

It’s been a strange and heavy time for me lately, fraught with unforeseen changes, and deep transformation. In times like these, I tend to retreat inward, and am prone to hermiting and becoming protective of my silence, my space to (…)

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Summer Solstice – Poppytime

by angeliska on June 21, 2010

I haven’t written about our garden in a little while, possibly because I’ve been too busy enjoying working in it, and getting my hands dirty to remember to photograph all the transformations. Poppytime has passed now, and it’s a pity! (…)

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Poisoned Honey on Blackout Beach

by angeliska on May 7, 2010

(Paintings by Myrtle Von Damitz III , a New Orleans artist and amazing lady. Her work is prophetic, and speaks to me about what the elemental spirits might be whispering about what we are doing.) Tonight, my grandfather, my sweetheart (…)

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