Author Archives: Kevin S Moul

About Kevin S Moul

Kevin S. Moul is a widely published semi professional photographer who is also passionate about writing. He writes to achieve the same discovery with words that he captures with his camera. Writing projects include memoir, character studies, and themes associated with his lifelong interest in urban and epic fantasy. Canadian by birth Moul now lives in Southern Arizona and often wonders how he could live so far from the ocean. His photographic ‘genre’ is restaurant food and beverage, portraits of authors, and travel and tourism landscape photography. His work can be seen regularly in Phoenix Arizona based magazines, and recently in the promotions of authors Natalie Goldberg and publications of Erica Rivera. He blogs and offers samples of his writing at, a gallery of his photography work is offered at Partial List of Current Photography 2011 & 2012 Photo Gallery - Desert Nights Rising Stars Writing Conference Frequent Contributor - ASU Marginalia Magazine Food and Catering Photography for Website (90%+ of images) (February 2011 Edition, Photo of Kevin McElvoy in discussion of ASU writer's conference) (Cover Photo of the 2010 Catalog) (Author shot on her Memoir 'Insatiable' and multiple contributions to her web site and blog.) (Web Site and promotional photography) (Food and lifestyle photogrpahy)

Cafe Conversation(s) – Literally!

It’s no secret that one of my top five simple pleasures is hanging out in independent coffee houses. Continue reading

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Blog Hop (Part 1 of 2)

Perhaps I have never been satisfied with the world as I experience it – I have an insatiable curiosity to ask “what if?” Continue reading

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Falling into memory: My Father’s Parkinson’s

I recall a recent dream where I awoke with a vivid image of a room in my parent’s home, accompanied by a feeling of intense emptiness. Both were linked to the progression of my father’s Parkinson’s disease. Continue reading

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Off the lesson plan, our teachers. Cafe Conversations

It was also the first time I was confronted with a less fortunate, in this case possibly a homeless person, where I knew at least something of the person’s story. I know my attitude changed that day and a little compassion seeped into me. Continue reading

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What’s that smell? and Where does it take me? (Writing Practice)

I’m confronted by a blank page and about to begin a ten minute writing practice when the retro nasal olfactory neurons fire. The smell makes me think of the odoriferous quality of pee after eating asparagus. And I wonder, as I have before-–what causes that? In the spirit of writing practice, I have to go with this. Continue reading

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2012 NaNoWrimo

NaNoWriMo 2012. 50, 000 words, 30 days, No Excuses… Continue reading

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A borrowed landscape

The dining room window at Mabel Dodge Luhan house, a threshold to the private and sacred lands of the Taos Pueblo. The kitchen garden leans into the borrowed landscape with a splash of color,  a contrast to the storm cloud … Continue reading

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