Inverness Almanac is a seasonally based literary, art, and nature journal. Each volume spans two seasons and is laid out like a calendar. Each page includes two days of tide charts specific to Inverness, CA, on Tomales Bay; solar and lunar cycles; and information on the season's natural events—the blooming plants, migrating birds, and changing ocean currents. This is paired with art and writing broadly reflective of the seasonality: poetry, scientific writing, essays, recipes, and photographs. Living on well beyond their calendar bookends, these volumes become instant collector's editions and remain wonderful gifts full of beautiful, timeless work. Journeywork is a notable first book, and a finished circle. David Bailey’s poetry speaks directly to the reader, to the personal journey that each of us is on, towards knowing ourselves and living what we find. The route unfolds through cities and relationships, from the raw and beautiful Himalayas to the powerful pilgrimage sites of India, and finally to a profound homecoming among the forests of Northern CA.