Monthly Archives: November 2010

Fifteen Novels in Fifteen Minutes

Here ya go, Julie! The Rules: Don’t take too long to think about it. List, in no particular order, fifteen authors (poets included) who’ve influenced you and that will always stick with you. List the first fifteen you can recall … Continue reading

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Robot Actor Takes the Stage in Japan

From the Science-Fiction-Turned-Fact Department, this: Reminds me of Walter M. Miller, Jr’s. great story called “The Darfstellar” set in a world in which live theater is performed exclusively by robots. Published in 1955. Also, I guess it’s time to admit … Continue reading

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Liverpool’s number 9

Liverpool FC, showing some life!   Go Reds!

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A busy week that went well…

On Saturday Oct 30, the Iron Door Players and I put on a live radio show for Halloween. I wrote the script and, during the performance, provided the sound effects. My wife and daughter were in the show (along with … Continue reading

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“The Guy with the Eyes” by Spider Robinson

If you follow American politics like I have (very closely for the past few years), it’s easy to feel that the daily arguments and disrespect are the way things are and the way things will be. After a particularly vitriolic … Continue reading

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