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Month: January 2017

Four: Confederate trout

For the next few days, I am publishing some very short, memoir-ish travel tales that have been swimming around my files for years. They aren’t necessarily about trout fishing though our hero goes trout fishing in them. Together, they form an odd, little book. I hope you like them. This…

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Three: No shit trout

For the next few days, I am publishing some very short, memoir-ish travel tales that have been swimming around my files for years. They aren’t necessarily about trout fishing though our hero goes trout fishing in them. Together, they form an odd, little book. I hope you like them. This…

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Bleak, sure, but so much fun

Kick back. Relax. The show will be fun. With the Donald Trump’s assumption of the presidency, the future looks dim to many who once dreamed of a diverse, multi-cultural republic, where myriad views were tolerated and people of color played a role in the maturing of the American spirit. The…

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“You’re young and got your health, what you want with a job?”

On David Nelson’s CV he states, “I believe that life is too short for a full time job.” I like him. I really do. He introduced himself to me at Author Day at the Mid-Continent Public Library Woodneath Story Center. Andie Paloutzian, the program manager, invited me and ten or…

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