Category Archives: fiction

Morning Poem, February 11, 2015

Last night I dreamed Of a house in town Where once an old friend lived.   It had fallen to me To buy the place and save the world from sin.   I hadn’t the money Had not the means … Continue reading

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Book Review: Thirteen Moons, by Charles Frazier

I read lots of books.  I’d read more of them if time allowed and I anticipate such a happy circumstance soon, as the date of my retirement approaches.   I read a good bit of non-fiction.  In the past few … Continue reading

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Truth and Fiction

Joe Bird, my good friend and fellow founder of The Shelton College Quarterly, has commented on this quote I sent him the other day:   Truth may be stranger than fiction, but fiction is truer.     Joe says that … Continue reading

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Evening Post,September 9, 2014

No poem this evening, sorry to say.  I’ve spent the evening patching places between the chapters in my soon to be released novel Overtime: A Basketball Parable. The book is kind of a mix between “Field of Dreams” (but, basketball … Continue reading

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The Mooneys

The first people who lived on this hill were the Mooneys. Long gone now, they were ancient, even when I was just a boy. Jessie and Martha sat fat in metal chairs all day long.  Like two mounds of mashed … Continue reading

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