Early blurbage just in… From best-selling author Ron McLarty: “Hollywood Buckaroo will have a joyous ring of truth to anyone who has toiled (or tried to) in the crazy, silly and ultimately bizarre world of show business that is brought to life so wonderfully within these pages.” From Michael Graziano, Editor at Leapfrog Press, which […]
We watched a soccer match on TV in a bar, Ireland vs. Italy. It was like both sides of my ancestry were kicking a ball around a field, diving at each others’ feet and hawking loogies. I forget who won, but either way, the whisky was fine. Whiskey is Scottish. Whisky is Irish. I can’t […]
A new poem “Sunday” appears in Issue 61. Click on the link on the right, then on the name of the poem, to read the whole thingie. My favorite line is the last one..
Moon Is Cotton & She Laugh All Night was recently named Finalist for 2 Eric Hoffer Awards. One award is in the General Fiction category, which honors small press and independent publications; the other is for the Montaigne Medal, which is given for books that either illuminate, progress or redirect thought. I believe that I […]
Almost always writers write, but sometime writers don’t write. Sometimes they need to stop with the output and go with the input. Some call it slacking off, some call it sleep. I call it filling the well. I’m going to Ireland to fill my well, and am leaving you this photo to fill your well. […]
When I wake up from a deep sleep and hear water splashing in the fountain outside my window, I am thankful for many things, among them: 1) The raccoons have not busted the fountain pump. 2) We have not been shot by stray bullets. 3) There has not been an earthquake. Sometimes I hear a […]