“OL’ GIRLS…..THAT’S MY MAN”!
By the age of 21, William H. Anderson, aka “Black Bill or Bill Lee” had escaped from the law in La Junta, … 1,052 more words
EXT. DOCKS – DAY
A giant anchor stands atop a smashed body, wood planks beneath it cracked and sagging.
Dock workers mill about while two detectives—SAMUELS, older, in a rumpled coat and sunglasses, and ANDERSON, younger and in a sharp suit and tie—examine the scene. 221 more words
As I attended the Washington Journalism and Media Conference, I will be able to post interviews like these with other journalists and public figures.
Terry Anderson, the WJMC’s keynote speaker at the National Press Club, told the young crowd that journalism was a difficult career choice. 618 more words