The World Cup began a couple days ago. This means that the only thing I'm interested in writing about is soccer.
I've been buried working on a new book, tentatively to be published later this year. This month's blog is a very, very early sneak peak.
This month marks the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death, I want to float an idea out into the world that has been on my mind for...well, for 20 years.
Seattle is home. L.A. is home. These places I am familiar with. I found myself thinking, though, about places that I've visited that are definitely not home.
Episode Three of my Key West series is coming soon - "Papy on Trial". The following is a sneak peek...
For two years in the 1840's Henry David Thoreau lived alone in the woods, on Walden Pond. He grew his own food and lived simply, rarely seeing his fellow man. I know how that must have felt. I dropped off of Facebook a week ago.