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Monday Meanderings: San Jose's Best Kept Secret

Okay, please bear with me. I’m really going to meander today.

I want to talk about the best kept secret in San Jose. First, let me say this: San Jose doesn’t have a clue how to attract, support, and celebrate big-time sports. 642 more words

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Photography – the poem


So, may we call it Art?
Well yes, at times,
especially when the camera

is borrowed by the Muse
to bring us beauty, 187 more words


Author interview: John Looker

Bennison Books recently published John Looker’s first volume of poetry, The Human Hive, a brilliant and original exploration of life and work through millennia. 681 more words

John Looker

John Looker reblogged this on Poetry from John Looker and commented:

Deborah Bennison is not only a meticulous editor and encouraging publisher, she's a canny interviewer too: she tempted me to say more than I felt inclined to in this interview.

THE WHITES (Novel, 2015)/Epilogue

“I’m a novelist. I’m a good novelist and I’ll get better. I’ve found my calling and if I have my way I’ll be turning out books for the next half-century, books that will blow people away.”

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Richard Price

Odds and Ends

As this blog has hopefully demonstrated by now, Richard Price’s body of work is pretty impressively extensive. He’s not a prolific novelist (when The Whites… 1,122 more words

Richard Price

Monday Meanderings: Walking Along the Path of Faith

I’ve spent a lot of time lately thinking about faith.

Faith is a powerful word and an even more powerful force. It’s been the catalyst for the most important movements in the history of the world. 443 more words

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I’m not one for making resolutions when the new year rolls around.

I always end up feeling guilty when I don’t keep up with them. 618 more words

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