Monthly Archives: November 2014

Signing and reading at A Reader’s Corner, Louisville

December 20, 1965
Dear Mama,
I received your letter of the 15th and sat down on the cold stoop reading it with tears running down my face. So happy to hear from home, and it is pitiful that the best part of my day is going to the mailbox.
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Shared with TripAdvisor – Re: The Lovely Conrad-Caldwell Mansion in Louisville

During the first week of October, at the annual St. James Art Show in Louisville, I had the pleasure of volunteering as a tour guide for the Conrad-Caldwell house on St. James Court. On Day One, I was stationed in … Continue reading

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My Literary Heroes

Literary Heroes by David Dominé by Mary Popham (Contributor) While not all readers are writers, all writers read. It’s part of every interview to ask, “Whose work has influenced you? Which books do you read as guides for your own … Continue reading

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Reading at The Bard’s Town with New Southerner magazine

The girl with the bobbing earrings, whose name I didn’t know, giggled as she touched my arm and tilted her head so that her bangle earrings bangled. “I heard you wanted to make out with me,” she said, resting her tongue on the top row of her teeth.
“Mickey Make-Out.” The girl was referring to my rotten nickname and I wished I’d never told my friends about my ex-wife’s final insult. Continue reading

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Short Story–“Mickey Make-Out”

Oct 28, 2014 “Mickey Make-Out”- New Southerner Literary Contest – Honorable Mention- runner-up

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