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Monthly Archives: August 2013
I Am A: Neutral Good Human Wizard/Cleric (4th/3rd Level) Ability Scores: Strength-12 Dexterity-10 Constitution-13 Intelligence-18 Wisdom-14 Charisma-16 Alignment: Neutral Good A neutral good character does the best that a good person can do. He is devoted to helping others. He … Continue reading
You bet! And if you swing by our label’s home base, you can even buy the whole CD! And, yes, those are my snotty post-teen vocals in the lead. Comments are welcome!
The first trickles of the slightly mightier trickle that will be this year’s medieval lit job market have begun. I was somewhat amused to find this one in the Chronicle: The Wellesley College English Department invites applications for two tenure-track positions … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned before that my route to the professoriate was circuitous. I earned my B.A. as an autodidact, and bluffed my way into the Masters’ program at Kentucky, a school to which I applied because I was in love with … Continue reading
Friend, professional life coach, and blogrollee Anne Brannen has a nice post at her blog on the subject of falling in love, including some discussion of Abelard and Heloise. A sample: [H]ere’s the deal. Before they fell in love with … Continue reading
(Mr. Kotzwinkle: Should you ever run across this, thank you, and I’d love to hear from you.) William Kotzwinkle‘s The Fan Man is my favorite novel, and even if it weren’t, it would be. You see, it was already my … Continue reading
I was picking up a proof-of-residency/tax form in order to get the Spawn registered for her junior year of high school, and someone in the office had the radio on a country station. The song ended and a commercial began. … Continue reading
Band camp has reached the halfway point, and the Spawn is sacked in after a week of 6:30 wake-ups for 8-5 rehearsals. She’s also been driving herself to and from these sessions, making for a fair amount of fingernail-chewing here … Continue reading