I wrote this on November 12th, 2018 for my now-defunct newsletter, and I’m posting it here in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Stan Lee. Stan Lee died today, aged 95, outlasting just about anyone who thought of him as anything besides the lovable grandfather of Marvel Comics. Oh, there were alwaysContinue reading “There Goes Funky Flashman: An obituary for Stan Lee”
Category Archives: Old writing
After the Destruction, Over the Sea
Your feet the first feet to touch your new, fresh lawn.
What I Want To Achieve In My Writing
In December 2016, I wrote the following in a google drive document called “What I Want To Achieve In My Writing.” First, I am most concerned with writing something beautiful. That it have the clarity, catchiness, melancholy, humor, rhythm, tenderness and unity of thought that I love in writing, this is what I mean byContinue reading “What I Want To Achieve In My Writing”
ADHD: A personal history
What was so frightening, about a small boy who chewed holes in his clothes?
It Does Not Matter
I wrote this piece two years ago on a different platform, and have decided to share it here on the anniversary of Allende’s death. Today, on the 45th anniversary of the United States backed military coup that toppled his democratically elected socialist government and ended his life, I read the last public speech of PresidentContinue reading “It Does Not Matter”
Grieving and Nostalgia
This is a feeling that we must own, alone and vulnerable, and know that it is the desire for Home.
Yamadeva and Ling Look
“As the whistle faded, Ling Look turned with misery to Harry Kellar, and said his brother was calling to him.”