Monthly Archives: June 2015

My Mother’s Child

Friday night I attended the launch party for Pamela Taylor‘s first poetry chapbook, My Mother’s Child. She even granted me the honor of introducing her before the reading. Observant readers of this blog will recall my previous mentions of Pam … Continue reading

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In the beginning

She started wearing purple but the goddess dropped her gown then her dramatic bustier spun from the stage and the glitter launched from between her breasts got caught in the spotlight. Each sparkle a star looped by living planets in … Continue reading

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FIFA Corruption and the Carolina RailHawks

It was just about a year ago that I left for a month long vacation to Brazil for the World Cup so my long term readers know that I’m a big fan. I’m also cynical enough that I was not … Continue reading

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