In the Garden Shed with God

I’m not Catholic but I’ve always liked the notion of a confessional booth. The story in BLUE LIKE JAZZ when Don Miller and friends constructed a confessional booth on Reed College’s campus was my favorite part of the whole book. If I were to build a Confessional booth I would want it to be a [Read More...]

Portland's Old Church: August 5th

You’ve heard how nearly 10 years of war is affecting the troops. Homefront 911 tells the stories of the families left behind. Drawn from actual accounts of how the war is coming home, these original monologues speak to – and from – the heart of the American Homefront.  Powerful, personal, and provocative, Homefront 911 is [Read More...]

Memories of The Redhead: Mama was a Dancing Woman

It has been two years. Four days. 23 hours and 37 minutes, give or take a few, since I last spoke to The Redhead. 734 days. 63,502,635 seconds. I don’t even know what I’ve done with all that time. Wasted a good portion of it, undoubtedly, though I’m more cognizant of the passing than I’ve ever been [Read More...]


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