falls into a genre I call “subversive fiction” for suggesting that freedom is important as a right and not a privilege bestowed by others.
fitting to end with this quote by Thoreau that I first referred to many posts ago. It remains ambitious and pretentious and well meaning, all at
Every Boy Should Have a Creek, I explored the boyhood creek of my
I wrote about growing up in northern British Columbia and a childhood friend in My Friend Ray.
My Father the Alchemist is about the mystery of my father, as all fathers are finally mysterious to their children.
mentioned in another post, Indian Clubs: The Next Fitness Craze?, swinging Indian clubs was an event in the 1932
a sampling of my previous self-imposed torture about what theme means, check out Thinking About Theme in Writing A Novel. I concluded then that the theme had to emerge from the struggle with the...
Hi Mr. Beer, It is too bad that Rick Nelson's career was cut short. He was still developing as a musician which is a wonderful thing in any discipline. May we all continue to develop in some good...
Nelson was terrific in the ‘70s. Nelson was gone more than 30 years before I figured that out. Smith keeps getting better. If Jagger drops dead the Stones ought to bring her on board.
Mr. Beer! A pleasure to hear from you. I haven't been visiting others' blogs as much as I should - I will get over to yours and see what's happening. That's an interesting thought about the elect...