On Tuesday, the MWA NY Crime Fiction Reading Series returned to KGB Bar. It's a great little bar in the East Village. And it was a great lineup of authors who read excerpts from their new and upcoming releases. And me? I had the pleasure of sipping a little scotch and hosting the gathering.… Continue reading MWANY at KGB
It was 43 years ago. I was hitchhiking around the country. (What else was I supposed to do? After graduating from Princeton, I applied for and was turned down by Ringling Bros Circus Clown College). So I pitched my tent deep in the woods and wrote in my journal. Every few weeks I would hike… Continue reading Such is life
If I'm going to start blogging again, I have to remember to take photos. Because this would be an easy blog to publish, if I posted a series of captioned photos. But I didn't. So I can't. So, anyway, last Tuesday after work, I jumped on a train to Manhattan and got to the Mysterious… Continue reading The week in review
It was 42 years ago, December 31, 1975, my first year teaching school and I was visiting friends in California during winter break. It took me four days to hitchhike from New Jersey to Los Angeles. After two days in California, it was time for me to head back to NJ. My plan was to… Continue reading The year the ball didn’t drop
We're going to make believe that I've been posting regularly and you've been reading regularly and here it is again, the arbitrary demarcation in the stream that is time, the demarcation that says, let's start this whole schmegegge once again. Because I've done some things in 2017 that I'm not allowed to talk about yet,… Continue reading Baloney, hot air, nonsense
*Blatant Self Promotion I've neglected my blog for so long, I doubt anyone will notice my return, especially since I'm back with purely self-serving motives. I'm back to promote two upcoming book events, and if you're in the area, I hope you'll consider attending. (And if you're not in the area, we've got plenty of… Continue reading After 5 months without blogging, I’m back with a bit of BSP*
Join me this Sunday in conversation with my good friends Jack Getze and Jane Kelly at the Ocean City NJ library..