Monthly Archives: September 2014

Strange where life takes us–in my case, I’m thinking of a book signing in Annapolis.

32 years ago, almost to the day of my book signing at the Hard Bean Cafe (9/20&21/14), a new friend–like family to me now, our shared mutual warts and all–picked me up in his mid-sized Oldsmobile as I waited on … Continue reading

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Two men dancing in the late 1800s

Reblogged here from the marvelous tumblr, Lover of Beauty , there captioned as “Experimental Sound Film (dir. William Dickson — 1894)” and cited as “originally posted by truefoes.” Consider this unrelated but relevant quote from Intersecting Tango : Cultural Geographies of Buenos … Continue reading

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If I weren’t a patient man…

I no longer have what you would call a full, thick head of hair. Yet after I shower, it’s so tangled I can’t get a comb through it. How can this be? If I were an impatient man, I might … Continue reading

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Hawke’s Point by Mark Willen

  Besides being a thoroughly engaging read with an intricate plot, Hawke’s Point is impressive for the author’s ability to move from the point-of-view of one to another of the novel’s ensemble of well-developed characters. We meet each as they … Continue reading

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Baltimore Book Festival 2014: a new look for Late Last Night Books Blogzine

In anticipation of its second year and in anticipation of its first visit to the Baltimore Book Festival, Late Last Night Books Blogzine has a new look. I act as managing editor for Late Last Night Books and write a … Continue reading

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