Monthly Archives: August 2011

Bossier on the brain

J.S. Bossier, you are on my mind. I think about you in the moments of soft denial that I can remain in bed wrapped in a homemade quilt and the assumption that the day will wait for me. I think about … Continue reading

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Code of Honor: Guidelines to Dueling

Everyone is familiar with a duel. After an altercation occurs and virtue is disputed, two men meet on a field, draw weapons, measure off their predetermined paces, aim and fire (or slash each other, depending on the weapon of choice). … Continue reading

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My Essays on Kindle

Some of my essays are now up on Kindle and ready to be read! The beauty of it all is that you don’t have to have a Kindle to get them — there are also Kindle apps for the iPhone, … Continue reading

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Historical Snitching

No one likes a tattletale. I don’t. But, in the arena of historical research, if you discover that something is not correct, you almost have an obligation to point it out. Regardless if it is the most minute detail. One … Continue reading

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Zelda

Because I Must Although she contributes almost nothing to my creative endeavors except for inserting her opinion (and big ass) on my projects, in order to maintain a semi-calm and peaceful home environment, I must recognize another member of the … Continue reading

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My Photography Assistants

Introducing My Two Photography Assistants I would like to kick off my blog by paying tribute to my two favorite photography assistants – Fannie and Django. These much-loved, but often overlooked creatures influence anything remotely artistic or incredibly technical. But … Continue reading

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