Here is another triad of essaylets from my collection Earthquakes and Angels. These essays are well published in the periodicals, but the collection –to use an old and somewhat sexist saw, continues to be a bridesmaid rather than a bride. I persist withal.
Here is yet another triad of short-short essays from a book of same for which I am seeking a publisher. A lot of near-misses so far, but I have to keep…
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These pieces have appeared, respectively, in Pensive Journal, Sport Literate, and The Hudson Review. Hudson is, of course, venerable; but I commend the…
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These are short essays from my book, What’s the Story?, published, apparentopy, to very few people’s notice ten years ago. The first two appeared in…
My Tribe and I In a characteristically compelling essay called “Grub: A Man in the Market,”1 Garret Keizer briefly muses on his distaste for upper New…
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This excerpt is the last in my recently completed book of essays. Six months shy of 80, I have finally come to grips with the fact that there are…
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This is the title poem of my recently completed book of personal essays. Earthquakes and Angels So there I was, training again for a flat-water kayak…
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The following is one of the essays from a new book of same that I am about to (try to) peddle. Of all the essays in the collection, this one is the mot…
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