In the Texas Hill Country city of Fredericksburg, an artist and a poet share an exhibition.
Mark Johnson Cole has constructed a poetic mythology of his home state in “Four Texas Quartets,” and he’s honored T.S. Eliot along the way.
Frosty windows, a dog-eared Little House book, and houses old and new provide the backdrop for this reflection in our new At Home with Books column.
Moving to a warmer climate meant living with a sense of being in a season of no seasons and a recalibration to find the more subtle markers of time, like the blooming of crepe myrtle.