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No, Really, I’m Writing a Novel

May 17, 2017

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Now that Forest God is dead and gone, I’m dusting off Boa, New Mexico. I was much inspired by having a beer with my friend Matt Ruff who writes what can only be over-simplified as “whacky” stuff only minutes after HBO picked up his latest book Lovecraft Country to turn into a series. That helped […]

Ray Bradbury’s The Swan/Prequel to Old-Fashioned Lime-Vanilla Ice

May 17, 2017

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Why I vow to never order chocolate ice cream again Like the Martian Chronicles, you can view Dandelion Wine as essentially a series of short stories set in the same milieu. Many of the chapters from DW were reprinted as individual short stories. In fact, this story “The Swan” was first published Cosmopolitan, September 1954, […]

Stories of the Sea, The Lobster

May 12, 2017

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My friend Bob Triggs shared the feature image with me on fb, the day before the event. I looked at it with mild interest a couple of times, went to possibly the worst website I’ve ever seen, then noticed that there was an email address on the original image if you wanted to be a […]

Still Falling Wind in the Rain Rewrite

April 2, 2017

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I was toying with reading this at Writers on the Fly and  I decided to replace the Dylan Thomas poem in the original Still Falling with one of my own verses. What do you think? It was a glorious day. The sky was as blue as an old flame’s eye and the leaves jumped against […]

Portsmouth Christmas 2016, Non-Door Shots

January 5, 2017

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Just a few shots I clicked off while looking at doors. At one point there was a protrusion into the river by Pierce Island (just a few cables downstream of the featured image at the top of the post), called Henderson’s Point, but better known locally as “Pull or be Damned Point” because if you […]

More Crooked Doors of Portsmouth

January 3, 2017

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Last year, I did a post, 99 Crooked Doors of Portsmouth, (I thought it was much longer ago) which turned out to be unexpectedly popular.  I followed this up with Crooked Doors of Woodstock, another town my sister wrote about (one of those shots became a magazine cover)>As I am wont to wander Portsmouth, especially […]

Tilton Train Yard

December 18, 2016

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The other day I was going fishing with Mauro and it started to snow. Since I had gotten an underwater camera to take fish pictures, he decided he needed (a much nicer) one too, and he handed it to me to take some pictures. Never having used the camera before I was having some issues. […]