A Potpourri of Topics and Themes
A book review of Mark Scheel's The Pebble: Life, Love, Politics and Geezer Wisdom.
Michelle Langenberg is a prize-winning poet, editor, artist, teacher, Alzheimer care provider, and Master Reiki healer. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Latin, but prefers comic crime, Harry Potter, and Vivekananda to Cicero and Catullus. She loves the song of the sea, and dreams of living in a bungalow that glows with love, laughter, and blessing.
She has been published by Chicken Soup and The Kansas City Star, and is author of Quantum God: How Life Really Works, The Painted Bible; Portraits of a Poet; Wherever We Are . . . Unity; You Won’t Always Be Little, Tad (children’s picture book); The Book of Great Beginnings: Two-hundred First Lines to Give Writers a Running Start, the manuscript, Lessons from the Brick Wall School, and two screenplays looking for a producer. She is an INFJ who lives by the Law of Kindness and believes “we are so much more than we think we are.” Her website address is www.langeﬁnearts.com.