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Monthly Archives: November 2016
This coming Thursday (1 December) I’ll be a guest on PatZi Gil’s Joy on Paper, a radio show about books and writers. The show’s theme will be based on In Sunlight Or In Shadow, and the other guests will include contributors Jonathan Santlofer, … Continue reading
During my doctoral years at Ball State, I had the privilege of working with (and one summer, for) Patti White. The two of us were surprised to discover that we had attended the same high school (Boone County Reperesent!), although … Continue reading
Each year, members of the Newberry College community — faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends of the college — contribute short devotional pieces for the days of Advent. (This year we did it for Lent as well, but the Advent … Continue reading
Every year around this time, my allergies act up. In good years, they come and go. In most years, I wind up with a sinus infection that sometimes turns into bronchitis. In really special years, the bronchitis goes all the way … Continue reading
… or maybe a bodybuilding metalhead. I just watched I Am Thor, a documentary about Canadian musician Jon Mikl Thor (ne Jon Mikl). The film traces his career from bodybuilding champ to Vegas attraction, and from there to hypertheatrical hair metal … Continue reading
The Hound of the Basketballs and I are downstairs. Mrs. M and the Spawn are still abed at the moment, getting a bit more rest before the day’s activities. We’re having guests for dinner this afternoon: The Spawn’s sorority Big … Continue reading