Elan Mudrow

Elan Mudrow, from Portland Oregon, grew up hiking and backpacking in the Cascades. Portland is where wilderness and city streets live close to one another. Elan’s writing focusses on the blending and the confrontation between the two. Both city and the wilds are alive in stories.


33 Comments on “Elan Mudrow

  1. Thank you for following my blog, Elan.

    I’m enjoying reading your posts, and hope you continue to enjoy my posts. 🙂

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  2. Hello Elan, thank you for your like and following my blog. I have read some of your posts and love them! Hence, I’m now following your blog 🙂

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  3. How did a poet find my post and like it, on top of that??! I’ll never get how social media really works…Anyway, thanks a lot for stopping by and sparing the time to read my latest piece – I appreciate it!

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  4. Interesting interest in words – I like it. Mind if I follow you for a bit and get your perspective on the roads you walk down. Thanks for taking a peak at one of mine.

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  5. Your work is a gift, Elan. My blog is still finding its voice. I’m finding mine on a deeper level, too. Thank you for visiting it. I enjoy your work, too. ❤

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  6. Hi Elan , thanks for stopping by one of my posts. .. and liking it.. I see you create art with words in your blog.. liked it though you breeze through a higher scale in writing wourld…for me it will be a learning experience….

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  7. I’m interested to read some of your poetry, if I can find it in here, on my phone. No success as yet!
    I do a little pit of “poetry” too. I just write what flows out. I’m not trained in the art by any means.
    Looking forward to “reading” you…

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  8. We can build a pathway through the forest. This is the way of discovery. We must never build a pavement. It would become the way of destruction. They should be feet and feathers always..

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  9. I suppose I’m saying it’s alright to visit. Urbanite feels like I am approach the natural environment in awe. I live next to an area of outstanding natural beauty. (Well for England it is). Cannock Chase is a nice play to visit. That’s the pathway to discovery. Pavements tend to be more permanent. In the end we’re all biology.

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  10. Elan, I remember being captivated by your blending of art and words when visiting some time ago. And tonight I find myself in that same place. Thank you for sharing your unique way of viewing the world, and for visiting my blog as well.

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