Will be appearing at the the Presque Isle Community Library in Presque Isle Wisconsin, 4 P.M. Monday Aug. 25. Join us if you can. I’m working hard on new short stories at the moment and messing around with some bird’s eye maple. Here’s a fish I’ve imagined from a rough top cut. Will make interesting […]
Archive for July, 2014
Yesterday was a wonderful day, which began with me refereeing a barking match between Shagsper and a long-eared owl, at 0500. Breakfast in Covington. Then listening to wonderful American music from US composers as I wrote, and worked on a short story and later started Rick Atkinson’s THE GUNS AT LAST LIGHT, and found myself […]
We had lunch with Wally and Bob Kent at the Moose Track Inn over dere Michigammee, eh. Good peoples.
I have just finished reading Carol Brightman’s biography of the late Mary McCarthy, WRITING DANGEROUSLY: MARY McCARTHY AND HER WORLD. (NY: Clarkson Potter/Publishers, 1992). Crawling through the 700 pages I kept wanting to learn something that would tell me why I should, as a writer, be the least interested in Ms. McCarthy, her celebrity life, […]