I came across a great article from the New Yorker with an interesting title. In fact, my interest lasted all the way to the end. Spooked: What do we learn about science from a controversy in physics? If you get the feeling that science is not as pure of thought and logic as it pretends to […]
I once met the Father of the U.S Remote Viewing program, unawares. A decade ago, at the request of a Navy engineer who ended up being a character in my novel Middle Waters, I invited Dr. Harold E. Puthoff into the Navy Experimental Diving Unit to give a talk on advanced physics. He had attracted a small […]
One of the most memorable quotes I’ve heard from a child came from his experience listening to classical music. I don’t remember who said it (Google comes up empty-handed), but I’ve never forgotten it. “A symphony is music with a song waiting to bust out any minute.” Those words were the child’s response to listening to a […]
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Those words earned me a first place prize of $20 in a contest for the best first line in a comic vampire novel. The contest was held during the 2010 Ozark Creative Writers’ Conference in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Not that I would ever write a vampire novel, comic or otherwise, but I guess it proved […]