Good messes vs. bad messes. ✎ By Wayne K. Spear Photo courtesy of udge, on Flickr Messes can be figurative or literal. You’ll find them in your thoughts, your relationships, your habits, your closets. Messes can be emotional, psychological, physical,… Read More ›
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HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED, as I did recently, what determines the seemingly random pattern of tree branches? A case of “every which way,” it appears. One branch projects confidently toward the sky—another launches tentatively in one direction, suddenly adopting a… Read More ›
HE WAS, quite simply, one of the most remarkable people I’ve ever known.
OKAY, first of all. So I joined the Twitter around February, nine months ago. That means I’ve been on it long enough to make a baby. Which I guess means that I have made a tweets baby, or maybe it’s… Read More ›
AN EDITOR ASKED ME not long ago if I might change the word “died” to “passed away” in something I’d written of a late and mutual friend. I respectfully said No, and here’s why.
AT DINNER, my good friend Adrian M. Kelly (author of Down Sterling Road, which can he purchased here. Only one copy left!) observed that it’s difficult to make a living from serious writing.