Monthly Archives for January 2012

Part 8

People started showing up.  They had placards, bullhorns, screen-printed t-shirts, and something resembling glee but being disguised as righteous indignation.  The roadway had been free of cars as the word spread, as police directed rush hour traffic in reverse to … Continue reading

29. January 2012 by Greg
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Solicitation: Food Tales

I’m working on my 3rd novel. Without revealing too much of the plot, a big part of the narrative involves a layering of smaller stories of people’s individual experiences with food. Not necessarily a “good meal,” but an experience that … Continue reading

26. January 2012 by Greg
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Part 7

Again, I pulled up the farmer’s winding road.  And again, he was waiting.  But much to my pleasure, this time I managed to surprise him a little bit. “Wow!  That there’s a mighty fine truck!”  He took off his hat … Continue reading

26. January 2012 by Greg
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Part 6

I kept up my speed on the gently curving, smooth blacktop and still further onto the concrete straightaway until I was absolutely sure no one was getting on behind me.  Then I slowed to a stop as soon as possible.  … Continue reading

23. January 2012 by Greg
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Girls Gone Haywire

I screened the movie Haywire not too long back. For the most part it’s a typical spy-actioner type of film. Intrigue, betrayal, revenge, redemption, etc. Although Soderbergh was quite masterful in his direction, leading to a much-tighter-than-usual entry into this … Continue reading

20. January 2012 by Greg
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Part 5

After helping me load every spare crevice of my car and strapping several burlap sacks of the stuff to the top and sides of it, he patted me on the back. “See you soon,” he wheezed happily. The car was … Continue reading

20. January 2012 by Greg
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