Erin Templeton

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Name: Erin Templeton
Date registered: January 8, 2013
URL: http://www.eetempleton.com

Latest posts

  1. Richmond Week 12: Two Steps Back, One Step Forward. — September 17, 2017
  2. Warming Up. And Melting Down. Or Richmond Week 11. — September 9, 2017
  3. Richmond Week 10: Back to School — September 3, 2017
  4. Richmond Week 9: Total Eclipse — August 27, 2017
  5. Richmond: Week 8, Welcome (back) to Swelterville — August 20, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. In Memoriam: Tom Finn — 6 comments
  2. Paris Marathon Race Report — 5 comments
  3. The War on Christmas, Or Red Cups and Refugees — 3 comments
  4. And Away We Go! Or, Marathon Four: Richmond (November 2017) — 2 comments
  5. Chlorine is my jam — 2 comments

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Jul 10

Richmond: Week 2

Another hot one with a few complications and improvisations due to the 4th of July holiday, which annoyingly fell on a Tuesday. I generally think that I’m in very good shape. Or at least I thought I was in good shape. And then I went hiking/trail running with a group of ultra runners. I like… Continue Reading Richmond: Week 2

Jul 02

One Down (A Richmond Training Report)

Sign with #1 posted on tree

I wrote earlier this week about beginning my training cycle for the Richmond marathon. I’ve now managed to survive the first of 20 weeks and run a total of 42.8 miles over the course of 6 days. 42 miles is a little less than an average week for me in 2017, but it’s not bad… Continue Reading One Down (A Richmond Training Report)

Jun 26

And Away We Go! Or, Marathon Four: Richmond (November 2017)

Snowy egret taking off against green lake

I started training for my fourth marathon this morning. I usually don’t write about my marathons until they’re over. Partly, this is because as much as I love running and training for races, I know that it’s not very interesting to anyone who isn’t me or isn’t also training for a marathon. But the bigger… Continue Reading And Away We Go! Or, Marathon Four: Richmond (November 2017)

Jun 09

2017 Revisited.

Heron in Oak Bay

In the beginning of 2017, I set myself some goals. I hadn’t looked back at them in a while, maybe not since writing that post six months ago. How am I doing at the half-way point? The big goal–the public writing goal–has been a failure. I’ve journaled A LOT. In fact, I’ve filled up another… Continue Reading 2017 Revisited.

Jan 03

2017 Goals

Putting these out into the world to make myself accountable. Run. Follow the plan. Stop adding extra on purpose, recognizing that this is one of the ways that you get yourself into trouble. Listen to yourself. Pay attention to the niggles and be honest about what is uncomfortable and what is something more. Pay attention,… Continue Reading 2017 Goals

Dec 28

My Year of Running: 2016

Pasadena corridor with illuminated lanterns.

If the week goes as planned, I will have run about 1600 miles in 2016. And while that might sound like a lot, it’s less than I was shooting for this year, by a little over 400 miles.  I took ten entire weeks off: two of those weeks were planned; eight of them were attempts… Continue Reading My Year of Running: 2016

Dec 27

“For Having Slept Much the Dead Have Grown Strong”: Emanuel Carnevali and William Carlos Williams

“For Having Slept Much the Dead Have Grown Strong”: Emanuel Carnevali and William Carlos Williams” The essay linked here was originally published in the William Carlos Williams Review vol. 30, No. 1-2, Spring-Fall 2013. 137-158.

Dec 27

Paterson: An Epic in Four or Five or Six Parts

“Paterson: An Epic in Four or Five or Six Parts” The essay linked here was published in the Cambridge Companion to William Carlos Williams. Edited by Christopher MacGowan, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2016.  

Nov 30

On Terminators, Trump, and “The Guy” (3)

Martin Sheen as Jed Barlet standing at the podium with Presidential seal

[Part One of this piece focused on the 2003 California Governor’s Recall and argued that Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected in large part due to his fame. Part Two connected Donald Trump to Schwarzenegger and examined the role of public persona in the 2016 Presidential campaigns. Part Three comes back around the the question of public persona and charisma… Continue Reading On Terminators, Trump, and “The Guy” (3)

Nov 30

On Terminators, Trump, & “The Guy” (2)

Part Two: Trump [Part One ended with the rhetorical question, “What does the 2003 California gubernatorial recall election have to do with 2016? Both nothing and everything.” This next installment attempts to answer that question.] Donald Trump is no Arnold Schwarzenegger. As I watched the debates of the primary season, I found myself surprisingly wistful for the… Continue Reading On Terminators, Trump, & “The Guy” (2)

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