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December 30, 2018

At the obstacle course, three dozen mud-brown soldiers waited in lines for their turn on the ten-leg [30-foot] ladder-climbing wall. Worn faces and narrowed eyes looked our way. It was 0823, and this crew had been at it since five-zero hours. Under the shelter, the pil...

September 4, 2017

If a novel can be equated to a large physical structure (both have many levels of development) then novel-writing differs in that it happens at any time. Countless moments of inspiration or correction have hit when I'm specifically doing something else. There's a legit...

August 3, 2017

On a recent trip to Philadelphia, I found a number of gems. The city has a diverse vibrancy that’s personified by the madness of lunch hour at Reading Terminal Market (an indoor Pike Place Market, quantities of people and culinary options raised to the second integer)....

July 14, 2017

Other than massive sharks and arachnids of frightening size or disposition, few things scare me as much as the nebulous fear that I won't do enough in my lifetime. As a writer, this translates to not completing enough stories, not saying everything I wanted to say.

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