There were two professional photographers at the wedding in Tennessee, and Scott Bragg of Dreamland Visions Photography sent me the photos he took recently. I’d hired Scott because I knew his work, and that...
Written by Sanford Begley Michael Hooten has a trilogy about a Celtic Bard. The trilogy is named Cricket’s Song. It starts with A Cricket Learns to Sing moves through A Cricket At Court and finishes...
"I've got to think of a hundred and sixty million Americans, not of the three or four that happen to be the ones I love. And it wouldn't be a big thing - security is built on lots of little thing. I don't like to talk about it. (Calhoun Hightower in Danger for Breakfast)"— John McPartland
“‘War, Nobby. Huh! What’s it good for?’ he said.
‘Dunno, sarge. Freeing slaves, maybe?’
‘Absol- Well, okay.’
‘Defending yourself from a totalitarian aggressor?’
‘All right, I’ll grant you that, but -’
‘Saving civilization against a horde of -’
‘It doesn’t do any good in the long run is what I’m saying, Nobby, if you’d listen for five seconds together,’ said Fred Colon sharply.
‘Yeah, but in the long run what does, sarge?’”