Monthly Archives: August 2015

Overheard at Carlsbad Caverns: My Father is Such a Cowboy

Todd and I eat like dogs, tucking into our food. In the visitor center we were eating all the more like two dogs with bowls side-by-side on the floor, because we both sat on the same side of the table … Continue reading

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Read my interview with Lambda mystery award-winning Katie Gilmartin

  At I invite you to read my interview with Katie Gilmartin, author of the Lambda Award-winning mystery, Blackmail, My Love. In writing about gay life under 1950s police and societal brutality, Gilmartin also in effect wrote about what … Continue reading

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Joshua Tree National Park

Christmas in July, or I should say New Year’s in August, because Todd and I took these pictures on 12/31/14. You’ll see patches of snow. The temperature was in the twenties, windchill near zero. All the campgrounds were full. It … Continue reading

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