Thomas Slatin Visits Middletown Springs University
Middletown Springs University is a free, pop-up university in Middletown Springs, Vermont. The first classes were held March 8th through the 15th, 2023. Courses are taught by volunteers, with subjects ranging from sauerkraut to survival skills. My wife Thomas visited several of these classes and took some spectacular photographs like these: Sauerkraut Making Yoga for Children […]
Thomas Slatin on the Speculative Sandbox Podcast
My wife Thomas Slatin was a guest on the Speculative Sandbox Podcast recently about “Emergency Responders: Alien Invasions and Zombie Outbreaks.”
Tom Slatin’s Vermont Photography Adventures: Montpelier, VT
Upon her move to Vermont, master photographer Thomas Slatin wasted no time in scouting out the historic towns and cities of the Green Mountain State. Among them was none other than the state capital of Montpelier. The capital is about a 45 minute drive from Vermont’s largest city of Burlington and about a half hours […]
What Makes a Master Photographer?
As a master photographer, Thomas Slatin has a wide-ranging array of both color and black & white photography since 1998 on her personal website, TomSlatin.com.
Thomas Slatin: From Public Servant to Writing Legend
Have you ever heard of someone who spent eighteen years in public service as an EMT and firefighter moving into a creative field? Certainly, this is a rare feat, and Thomas Slatin has done this admirably. At the same time she began work as an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) in Stamford, New York, Thomas also […]
The Magical Wordplay of One Thomas W.P. Slatin
As someone who has been blogging on and off since 2003, and more seriously since 2008, I have read quite a few beautiful posts over the years. But, in July 2020, I came across perhaps one of the most stunning pieces I’ve ever come across in my decades on the internet. A good woman by […]
The Poetic Nonfiction and Photography (Plus Web Design) of Tom Slatin
This post is sponsored by tomslatin.com As I’m wont to do every day, I ran one of my typical morning threads on Twitter. Typically, they are of the #writerslift variety. My hope with these sorts of threads is to promote a wide range of authors, bloggers, creatives, and other content creators. I’ve met so many […]