It's stiflingly humid here. But here are three interesting things from the net:
1) Oprah on how to beat the lags and dips in your daily rhythm (called utradian rhythms). In all this heat, we can all use tips on how to maximize our energy by listening to our body.
2) Here is an excerpt from Li-Young Lee's talk at Poets & Writers Live: Agents & Editors in Chicago on June 20, 2015. On abundance and scarcity. On what two (make that three) things a poet must study. A new (as yet untitled) poem.
3) My friend poet Erin Malone sent me this picture from the Poets House newsletter. Do you see what I see? Eeeeee! It's Mendeleev's Mandala, on the upper left shelf! (And featured in the picture is poet Jan Clausen with her new book Veiled Spill: A Sequence--that's what the picture is really about.)