The Moth and Me #11

The Moth and Me #11 is now up over at Beetles in the Bush. Ted only hosted his first carnival a few months ago, but he’s an old pro at it now. His moth carnival is an excellent installment, taxonomically organized with great additional information about each of the groups highlighted. This month’s edition contains 15 entries from 9 contributors, and is definitely worth a read – you’ll learn something new just from reading through Ted’s post, even before following the links to all the others. Check it out!

TMaM is headed to The Skeptical Moth for the June edition. Send Chris or myself (canadianowlet [at] gmail [dot] com) your submissions by June 13.


Author: Seabrooke

Author of Peterson Field Guide to Moths. #WriteOnCon Mastermind. Writer of action/thriller SF/F YA. Story junkie. Nature nut. Tea addict. Mother. Finding happiness in the little things. Twitter: @SeabrookeN / @SeabrookeLeckie

2 thoughts on “The Moth and Me #11”

  1. The pic and poetry phenomenal, congrats. I am a short poem writer mostly enfluenced by Japanese short poetry, haiku. Would you consider this genre on your photos? Maybe, what a frog was to Basho, a moth could be to you? I would be most happy to teach or supply such poetry. Just a thought. Also, I very much liked your birds and acutally that is what brought me here as I was composing this minipoem:

    a breakfast
    of almond butter…
    flicker tats

    I noticed the tat-tat-tat of a flicker just outside the kitchen window of our condo on St. Simons Island, Georgia, USA.

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