Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2017’


    I have recently had a meeting with the first of my two ‘readers’ who critique my new stories. Rich Dinter is an avid reader and one of the smartest people I know–his insights are always timely and candid. His first email prior to our meeting …

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  • HIBBING: 2017

    Hibbing remains a paradox to me. In my last two novels I’ve created a character who returns to Hibbing after being away for a decade. Paul Martin is a retired teacher (history) who moved to Chattanooga after his career at Hibbing High School. His observations, …

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    This may sound morbid at first thought but I read obituaries. It’s not so much that I am of an age when my own obit will be in the local paper down the road, but rather my innate curiosity. Let me explain. I know quite …

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    A part of the reason for having this website was to ‘blog’ about things political, social, spiritual, and even inane. There is no day in my life that doesn’t offer some insight on life. None. Yet, I become preoccupied with matters of little importance and …

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