Monthly Archives: October 2015

Governor O’Malley: Reality Imitates My Fiction

I threw into the air half of the only glass of wine I held on the evening I spent, sort of, with Governor O’Malley. Todd and I sat among Todd’s fellow Naval Academy faculty in the living room of a … Continue reading

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Novel Endings

I invite you to read my post “Novel Endings” on the blogzine Late Last Night Books.

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Who Is This Man?

Who is that? Where is it? Look close. I recognize the picture on the wall to his right. I recognize the view out the window behind him. It’s the apartment where I lived during the ’80s. In later life my mother said … Continue reading

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