I really don’t know what else to do. Dear Senator Kelly: 1988: I was so ashamed of the way Dukakis let Bush use him as a punching bag that I stopped wearing my campaign button. Since then, I have not felt so queasy about the Democratic Party’s spinelessness. Until now. The 90s: Jon Kyl, sitting […]
The WordPress logo for this page really smacks you right between the hemispheres, doesn’t it? Yesterday I drafted a heartfelt letter to “my” senator, Mark Kelly. Probably I’ll post it here tomorrow. Meanwhile, please enjoy these Twitter stylings: Norman Mailer’s writing has its moments, but for the most part he’s kind of boring. Even when […]
Update coming soon. I’d like to test drive 2022 a little longer before I commit.
One thing that never gets old: The thrill of seeing one of my stories in print. “Water Striders” has starships, time dilation, 10K-yr clocks, rain on the roof, keys under mats, and gratuitous shoplifting. If you’re so moved, you can get it here.
My latest work of fiction, “Water Striders,” appears in the anthology Triangulation: Habitats from Parsec Ink. You can order it from that company named after a river. It’s an exciting thing for me. For several reasons. The call was for stories on sustainable housing, broadly considered. It gave me a way to write about two […]