Winter Residencies 2019-2020

I will be offering a limited number of winter residencies between late November 2019 and March 2020. These stays have the following conditions:

A minimum duration of one week, maximum two weeks Self-catering or half-pension; full pension stays will not be available during this time Residents must be capable of carrying logs […]

Entering Dreamland

At the end of the summer, I had the pleasure of hosting the young writer, Heidi Hamalainen, who set herself the enormous task of seriously advancing her first novel while here. This is a copy of the post that Heidi put up later on her blog, UrbanJungleBird. Heidi is not only a talented writer but […]

Health and Guidance


On a sunny morning at Bordeneuve, there is a good chance that you would find yourself curled up in a wicker chair on the balcony, soaking in the sun and birdsong. If you were to glance up from your book, coffee, or writing pad, you would see a rectangular panel in a soft, […]


Edith and Blanchette

Edith & Blanchette, Rebecca Stebbins, 2013

Poor Edith and Blanchette. Life is rough for our two chickens when it rains non-stop for days on end. They shelter either under the solar panels or on the terrace of the barn, but in neither place do they look happy. When it gets really wet, or snows, […]

Shoshanna Ahart and Andreas Karlstetter


Do dinosaurs love flowers? We think that in this case, we have proof. Andreas Karlstetter a hyper-talented technical artist draws dinosaurs for the Jura Museum in Eichstaett, Germany. His drawings captivate and transport you to another world, but the one thing he loves even more than dinosaurs is his incredibly talented wife, Shoshanna. Shoshanna moved […]