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Remembering James Salter

There is something greater than the life of the cities, greater than money or possessions; there is a manhood that can never be taken away. For this, one gives everything James Salter:  “Solo Faces” Not at first, and not until you accept that you are…

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Pain (2) by Jim Harrison

  We don’t have to let go of Jim Harrison.  His poetry remains.  But Jim, my companion over many years, you said it well.   Pain (2) by Jim Harrison   Pain is at the steering wheel swerving left and right for a year now….

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Bridge by Jim Harrison

Im still lamenting the death of Jim Harrison.  Here’s my favorite poem of his.  It could easily be a testament.  Losing him was like losing a brother.   Bridge by Jim Harrison   Most of my life was spent building a bridge out over the…

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Jim Harrison’s Last Fiction: “The Ancient Minstrel: Novellas”

  On Saturday, March 26 Jim Harrison died at his cabin near Patagonia, Arizona.  He’d been ill and his wife of many years had died the previous October.  His loss is grievous one.  I’ll miss his books and I’ll miss his wisdom in my life….

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On The Death of Jim Harrison: Saturday, March 26, 2015

Jim Harrison died last Saturday at his cabin outside Patagonia, Arizona.  He’d been at a cowboy saloon earlier, drank some vodka, talked to some pals, and went home.  He was found later at home, dead of a heart attack.  He was one of my constant heroes.  I’ve…

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Bay of Sorrows Now Available on All E-Platforms!!!!

Tom Poole was tired of corpses. In those days death had become a way of life. He had been driving north along the Port Arthur highway with the bay behind him,a long shiny seam of water, heading home after a hard Saturday, when the call came…

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Storm 33 Now Available on All E-Platforms!!!

The body lay face up in a dark cul-de-sc, eight meters off the Hirrenstrasse. The area—near Alexanderplatz police headquarters, was a communist neighborhood of brick tenements and wooden slums. Barlach would never have noticed the corpse had he not stepped away from the street to…

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Six White Horses Now Available on all E-Platforms!!!

Don’t be a fool and think you can change the picture I’ve drawn you of the future. Look at it this way. Most guys your age would be happy to get a picture of the future that looks as clear as this. On a beautiful, foggy evening,…

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The Devil to Pay Now Available on all E-Platforms!!!

A bourbon heartburn woke Jack Darwin at one in the morning. He lay in near dark listening to the fog horns moan across the bay, gripped by anxiety and forgetfulness. He tried to remember how many whiskey sours he’d drunk at Marge’s on Mason Street,…

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Schedule Two Now Available on Multi-platforms as an E-Book!!!!

I am very pleased to announce that my crime novel Schedule Two is now available across a wide array of e-book platforms including Amazon, Nook, Kobo, Google, Apple and others. Consult Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Smashwords to upload one of my favorite books. Many…

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