Ronlyn Domingue's Blog, page 2

December 1, 2010

In a world of plastic mass production, handmade toys still have a place—and some power.
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Published on December 01, 2010 05:56 • 67 views

November 2, 2010

Two plants and one cat reveal the space between surrender and resistance.
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Published on November 02, 2010 08:52 • 50 views

August 3, 2010

Ronlyn Domingue's poem is the width of the biosphere in maternal instinct.
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Published on August 03, 2010 21:44 • 68 views

June 28, 2010

Ronlyn Domingue remembers the last three weeks of Feltus' life and the lessons that followed.
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Published on June 28, 2010 07:10 • 53 views

June 21, 2010

There's a fifth, then a sixth execution date. Feltus' autobiography has gaps only he can fill. Time and patience are running out.
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Published on June 21, 2010 07:00 • 60 views

June 14, 2010

While she tries to make sense of his case file facts and what she learns about him in person, Ronlyn Domingue keeps her distance.
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Published on June 14, 2010 07:00 • 63 views

June 6, 2010

Ronlyn Domingue served as a writing coach for a man working on his autobiography—from Death Row. This is how she got involved.
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Published on June 06, 2010 12:16 • 45 views

May 4, 2010

Ronlyn Domingue went to a party she never forgot. It changed the course of her life.
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Published on May 04, 2010 13:16 • 87 views

April 5, 2010

After the rejection of her first visual art project, Ronlyn Domingue realized she craved a fix—of meaning. See photos.
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Published on April 05, 2010 07:47 • 283 views

February 7, 2010

Faithful New Orleans Saints fans are cheering a long-awaited Super Bowl win right now. Although Ronlyn Domingue is no sports fan, she's celebrating, too—in memory of her grandfather and with home state pride. She's noticed how many others have invoked the names of departed friends and family who would have loved to see that remarkable game. Maybe the hereafter has big screen TVs.
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Published on February 07, 2010 20:45 • 75 views