THE QUIVER

Instead of planning for nursing homes, we decided to plan for life. Instead of redefining ourselves as caregiver and patient, we reaffirmed our relationship as partners, recognizing there would be changes along the way.

- Nan Little

Essay March 15, 2021

Christopher Lion

PD Outliers

Poem March 15, 2021

Jan Seale

Part-time

Excerpt March 15, 2021

Carol Clupny

The Ribbon of Road Ahead (An Excerpt)

Artwork March 15, 2021

Ingrid Hauff

Nightmare

March 15, 2021
Artwork March 14, 2021

Ralph Hyson

Becky’s Blueberries

March 14, 2021
Poem March 12, 2021

Jan Seale

The Dys-es are Dissing the Parkie

Artwork March 11, 2021

Mike Riley

The Elephant

March 11, 2021

Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.

- Bill Bucklew (quoting T. S. Eliot), On what inspired his walk across America

Essay March 9, 2021

Nan Little

My Life in Three-Hour Segments

Poem March 8, 2021

Wayne A. Gilbert

disappearing act

Poem March 8, 2021

Wayne A. Gilbert

ode to my brain

Artwork March 7, 2021

Enrique Flores-Galbis

Apophenia

March 7, 2021
Artwork March 6, 2021

Mike Riley

The Butterfly

March 6, 2021

I would not wish the scourge of Parkinson’s on anyone. . . . Yet thanks to Rock Steady, most of the good things in my life are somehow related to my diagnosis

- Steve Gilbert

Artwork March 3, 2021

Enrique Flores-Galbis

Vicarious Travels

March 3, 2021
Poem February 27, 2021

Wayne A. Gilbert

p.d. dancer

Excerpt February 26, 2021

Nan Little

If I Can Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, why can’t I brush my teeth? (An excerpt)