Monthly Archives: January 2009

Reborn: Journals & Notebooks of Susan Sontag

Reborn: Journals and Notebooks, 1947 – 1963, Susan Sontag – I completed the first in a series of three journal publications of Susan Sontag’s journals and notebooks this month. Her son, David Rieff, edited them, and I I think he … Continue reading

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We are here

Yesterday found S. and I having lunch in one of our favorite Pittsburgh pubs. Over glasses of wine (me) and pints of beer (him) and a nutritionalist’s nightmare meal, we tried sorting out why we’ve felt aimless and somewhat bereft … Continue reading

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My baby threw up in my underwear drawer

I originally intended to post yesterday instead of today, but my efforts were hampered by two, yes two, injured pinkies. Two injured pinkies may not sound like much but when one is trying to type they prove quite the impediments. … Continue reading

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a case of the music-lyric monday blues

I’ve been trying to post for thirty-five minutes now. Or rather, perhaps I’ve been trying to post closer to twenty-five, or forty-five – I don’t really know.  I woke up after a horrible night’s sleep, brought on I am sure … Continue reading

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Fess up Friday

My novel is at the halfway point. It’s taken me a little under two years to get here, which is distressing when I think about it. On the other hand, I believe the rest of the first draft will move … Continue reading

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