Today’s the day I start reading Mary Oliver’s Twelve Moons as a lunar calendar. If you plan to join me, please use the comment section below to let me know. If anyone does, I’ll be sure to list reminders on the blog whenever possible. If no one responds, I suppose I’ll still mention it, since there might be latecomers, but I won’t make a concerted effort to do so.
I regret that I couldn’t figure out a way to make this work starting on the new moon, which fell on January 3rd here in Alaska, but I think the schedule works well. I’d love it if others joined in—I’ve been in book clubs and participated in book readings in the past. Excuse the obvious pun, but it’s fun to be on the same page with other people now and then!
The calendar starts with the poem, Snakes in Winter.