Monthly Archives: August 2011

Revisiting The Summer of Capri

I just re-read the first six chapters of my novel, which is still waiting to be born, and I am committed to working on it, to having a full draft by the end of the year. After all, the whole … Continue reading

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I Have found a Muse

I have found a Muse. No, we have found each other. She inspires me to write love letters. Will love make me a better Poet? Maybe I’ll write a love song.

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In your experience, what town has the most friendly people?

I am a native New Yorker, a born and bred Brooklynite. New Yorkers have a reputation for being rude, and the women unapproachable. Hey, we love you, stylishishly dressed in black, looking good but oh so unapproachable and mean. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Support the Coalition for Parole Restoration

For the past eight years I have edited the newsletter of the Coalition for Parole Restoration (CPR). We have gathered some of the best writing in this newsletter over the last ten years and issued an Anniversary Journal. Please support … Continue reading

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