Merimée Moffitt is the author of the memoir Free Love Free Fall: Scenes from the West Coast 60s, and the poetry collection, Making Little Edens. Merimée is also the co-author of the newly released collection, Berlin Poems and Photographs.
She teaches writing in the community on occasion; her most recent workshop was all about ghazals.
Tag Archives: the Sixties
Abstractions of Addiction A is for Addiction B is for Blame C is for Compassion D is Deranged E is for the Elephants, traipsing through the room F is for Falling, failing, falling, flailing, fear of G, for Getting: high, … Continue reading
THE Photo in Sunday Boston Globe Sunday Arts July 9, 2017 the Ensuing Letter in the “Ideas” Section July 16, 2017
This photo stirred up a fun ruckus between me and the MMFA in the last couple of weeks. The Globe writer, Mark Feeney, reported a metaphoric judgement about us being hippie drug dealers. Now when in god’s creation would a … Continue reading