Life With Horace

poetry & essays

Horace et al

Kate Rantilla lives at Bear Farm, a 1794 cape and former blacksmith shop at the foot of Mount Monadnock in southwest New Hampshire. A singer, poet and photographer, she is a member of the Creative Group at Bedlam Farm, and a regular reader at the Bedlam Farm Open Houses. When not in the woods and wetlands in the company of her Newfie Aggie and the eponymous Horace she can be found making music with The Keene Chorale and the Fitzwilliam Occasional Singers. Her chapbook Dancer In The Mist is a collection of poems and photographs that look at the world, the spaces between us, and our connection to the natural world.

A housekeeping note: all poetry, haiku, essays, memoirs, drawings and photographs in this blog are copyrighted (copyright © 2013-2017 by Kate Rantilla, all rights reserved) and the sole property of Kate Rantilla. No reproduction of any kind without express written permission. Thanks.

One thought on “Horace et al

  1. I didn’t know you were “Horace” Kate. Thanks so much for following this fledgling effort. I just read your latest post “Movement”. Loved it.
    I’m really not at all well versed on WordPress. Most of it is a little confusing and daunting so far. Eventually I’ll get it, but don’t want to grow roots into my computer chair doing it. So, it is little by little.
    Just wanted to thank you for following though, and to let you know I am not ignoring your effort.
    b

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