My friend Weaver over at neptuneandtheoak has just posted the interview we’ve been working on for a month! I’m humbled to have been featured on her blog. Stop by her blog and check out more posts on astrology and sustainable spiritual living as well!

Neptune and the Oak

i am pleased to bring you an interview with the architect, Veronica J. Anderson. She shares with us a journey of seeking answers to Life’s basic meanings and purposes: a quest involving the confrontation of pain and disappointment, the will to stay the course of knowing herself intimately through her experiences and the joy of making Biomimicry Design a life-sustaining reality for 21st century cities.


Establishing Foundation

It’s clear from a visit to your wordpress site that you have a strong spiritual centre from which you live. Could you share the basic evolution of your beliefs/creed? As a child, I was raised Episcopalian and church every Sunday was an obligation. I grew up thoroughly enjoying the parts of that experience that revolved around making connections with other people: singing in the choir, meeting friends during Sunday School and growing up with older role models which my small family didn’t provide me…

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Day 46: Dream A Little Dream

"It's okay, none of us know what we want to do with our lives," Cole said. "I know what I want to do," Jean chimed in without thinking - as she was so prone to doing. Fuck, I did it again, she thought as she felt the eyes of the other three twenty-somethings burning into... Continue Reading →

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Robbed In The City: How Cars Are Worse Than Guns

It's not an accident that we were robbed on the darkest part of the sidewalk where the fewest pedestrians pass. Designing cities and buildings for walkability and keeping an awareness of those who travel without cars is not just a public health issue, it's a safety issue, too. I just wish that people could understand this without experiencing the panic of a gun being pointed in their direction.

206: Tweeting Teens

A poem inspired by a solo dining experience   Type Shovel Swallow. Anything not to be here. Come with me, I don't want to be alone. Anything not to be seen. Moving among the mirrors, Looking anywhere that isn't real. Reflections just soften the blow Of landing in what can't be changed. But there is... Continue Reading →

192: Something Magical

There's something magical about poetry. Everytime you don't write it down, it happens to be the best. And and then sometimes when you do, it just comes out like a jumble of crashing waves. It always comes to you when you're just not quite ready and some of us even have to drag it back... Continue Reading →

190: Post-Occupancy Analysis – Montreal

I've been on North American soil for exactly a month today. After leaving my home of one year in Madrid, I haven't stopped traveling for more than a few days, bouncing between Connecticut, Washington DC, New York City, Ithaca, Philadelphia, Ottawa, and finally Montreal. This last stop has really charmed me and now that I've... Continue Reading →

We're brought into this world by it, we sing countless songs about it, and yet it's the only thing we haven't got enough of in this world. Love, the mysterious force that holds all things together. Some have called it "gravity" or "attraction" or even "spooky action at a distance" but I know the truth.... Continue Reading →

173: Un/Conditional Love

I have this lover. I know that we were destined to meet because our palms bear identical lines and he is my mirror in every sense. At times he is a perfect image of me, and the rest of the time he is my perfect opposite. However, this does not mean that our relationship is... Continue Reading →

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