Brave Wings magazine story

I'm in the midst of answering lots of poignant questions about my books that will be made to make me look good on the Brave Wings magazine website. At least I trust Kyrian Lyndon to do a great job, as she always does. In fact, you should check out her site right now. Go on,... Continue Reading →

Bragging on your kids (in Ireland?)

So, where is the line demarcating being proud of your kids' accomplishments and becoming an annoying braggart about them? I helped explore that subject on Irish radio recently on a show called Lunchtime Live with host, Dr. Ciara Kelly, on Newstalk 106-108FM. (Although in Ireland, they don't call them "hosts," they call them "presenters." I was asked to go... Continue Reading →

On the radio in Ireland

So, I was on the radio in Ireland recently. Which is cool. I was on a show called Lunchtime Live with host, Dr. Ciara Kelly, on Newstalk 106-108FM talking about how kids have shunned Facebook as we "old" people took it over. Listen to the podcast here. I don't think I said anything earth-shattering. But... Continue Reading →

Participation Poem

Recently, I was invited to provide a line or two for a community poem that my friend, author an poet Brad Bott, was heading up. A bunch of us literary types, as well as maybe other people, contributed. We sent Brad random lines that popped into our heads, not having any clue what anyone else... Continue Reading →

Keep your Pappy happy

A few photos taken prior to the Pappy Wilson Harvest Frolic at The Historic Artcraft Theatre in beautiful downtown Franklin, Indiana, on Nov. 8. I was fortunate enough to play the part of Artcraft projectionist Homer Portnoy in all three Pappy Wilson radio-style plays this year. In this production, set in the late-1940s, I conjured... Continue Reading →

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