Maria Hill escorted me though the corridors of the helli-copter. She has a short tight black hairdo and an even tighter blue body suit. I resist the temptation to … Continue reading
The French Chef and Lovecraft: Or How I Discovered a Historical Writer had Used the Cthulhu Mythos in her Book.
I have a forty-five minute drive each way from my home to work, and my car radio doesn’t work. Fortunately the CD player does, so I often raid the Estacada … Continue reading
One of my fondest memories was of the time my daughter Emma, not yet quite one was sitting on my lap, as together we watched TV. It was Saturday … Continue reading
What iconic picture represents America the most to you? Grant Woods American Gothic? Emmanuel Gottlieb Luetez’s painting of Washington crossing the Delaware? Or maybe or Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks? For … Continue reading
It was a beautiful non-rainy day in Portland Oregon. There are thousands of people milling around in a large park. Next to me is the Genius Loci of Portland. … Continue reading
Arthur Conan Doyle is world famous for his consulting detective Sherlock Holmes. With the possible exception of Dracula Holmes is the best remembered character form Victorian literature. Holmes is … Continue reading